Some of the many works of art and photographs depicting the Passamaquoddy Area on the border between New Brunswick and Maine. All these images and more are available for purchase at: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/art-mackay To get the best result from the following … Continue reading ART – Passamaquoddy Memories – Artwork by Art MacKay
The Passamaquoddy Bay area is an important ecological treasure that needs to be preserved. This video outlines concerns and suggests some things that should be done. Continue reading ISSUES – SHAPING THE FUTURE OF PASSAMAQUODDY BAY
Overlooking Passamaquoddy Bay, Split Rock emerges from the beach a short walk from Sipayik, the Passamaquoddy village at Pleasant Point, Maine. It is small, nondescript, and has little if any intrinsic value. Yet Split Rock became the symbol for a … Continue reading NATIVE AMERICANS -Split Rock – The Spirit of Quoddy
Art MacKay: 06 Nov 2017 Some of us remember the Passamaquoddy Bay Region on the Maine – New Brunswick border, as a bustling centre of activity fed by the abundant fisheries of the area. Major changes have happened since … Continue reading FISHERIES: Just how much have things changed in 90 years you ask!
IMAGES FROM THE QUODDY REGION Paintings, drawings, photographs, this collection began over 50 years ago and represents only a small sample of the image resources available for this region. Images can be purchased at: https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/art-mackay?tab=artworkgalleries Click to access passamaquoddy-memories-updated-dec-2021.pdf Continue reading ARTWORK: QUODDY MEMORIES by Art MacKay
Passamaquoddy Bay is known to have the highest biodiversity along the Northeast Atlantic coast. Does it need protection from continuing attempts to turn it into an industrial port? Marine Protected Areas (MPA) are created to protect special areas in our … Continue reading LOOKING BACK: Efforts to Protect the Quoddy Area Didn’t Happen!
3/6/21 The article below was written many years ago when LNG developments in Passamaquoddy Bay were threatening the Northern Right Whale population that summered in this area. The effort to stop the LNG developments was successful but little has changed … Continue reading WHALES: Looking back at the LNG threat to the Northern Right Whale – 2007. Has anything changed?