Below is a list with descriptions of recent Lobster Conservancy (TLC) newsletters. If you would like to read the news, scroll down to download pdf file of TLC newsletter. If you are interested in "older" news, visit archived newsletters (1998-2010) at http://www.lobsters.org/news/news.php.
2015 TLC Late Late Winter Newsletter shares link to WCSH6 news coverage by Don Carrigan when Dr. Cowan's quirky friends airdrop supplies to island.
2015 TLC Late Winter Newsletter is full of more photos of life on island in winter.
2015 TLC Winter Newsletter is full of fantastic photos of a real Maine winter on Friendship Long Island, research contract to start using The Lobster Conservancy data on crabs, field site hit by rockweed harvest and much, much more.
2014 TLC December Newsletter The Lobster Conservancy receives grant from Maine Charity Foundation Fund of the Maine Community Foundation.
2014 TLC Summer Newsletter features juvenile lobster research, celebration of first 15 years at our research station on Friendship Long Island, Friendship Day touch tank.
2013 TLC Summer Newsletter protecting lobster nursery on Southport Island, Friendship Day touch tank, links to press and publications.
2013 TLC Spring Newsletter fighting to protect lobsters from harvest by non-trap gear, information about lobster nursery habitat protection, conference presentations, press and publications.
2012 TLC Autumn Newsletter new boat! Science fair, press, publications, and much more.
2012 TLC Summer Newsletter The Maine Lobster Book by Virginia Wright of Down East Books, Maine Voices, and more.
2012 TLC Spring Newsletter Sarah Orne Jewett Award bestowed, grant received from Maine Community Foundation, and The Lobster Conservancy works with visiting scientist to install tide gauges. Yes, now in addition to monitoring lobsters, we're measuring the tides we rely upon to study juvenile lobsters in their nursery habitats.
2011 TLC Annual Newsletter featuring TLC master's student Marissa McMahan, summer intern Leslie Wallace, and The Lobster Conservancy citizen volunteers who help do the important work that makes all things TLC possible!
The Lobster Conservancy volunteer Lauren Stockwell (left) measures juvenile lobster while Joanne Sharpe (right) records characteristics. Counting the number of lobsters per square meter for our Juvenile Lobster Monitoring Program. For details, please visit http://www.lobsters.org/volunt/volunteer.html