Anna Krowczynska
Anna Krowczynska

1953 - 2014
Longtime board member and aquarium volunteer... She will be missed

Upcoming Meetings
Speaker schedule subject to change without notice

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Vin Malkoski - New England fish and Shellfish regulartions for divers
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One of the unique experiences of New England diving is catching lobsters. At the May General Meeting, Vin Malkoski will go over all the laws and regulations straight from the Division of Marine Fisheries. It's a great way to find out what you can and can't catch, and learn some of the techniques from your fellow divers!

Vin is a Senior Marine Fisheries Biologist for the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries. Current duties include horseshoe crab management and research, ghost gear studies, PCB fisheries monitoring, and scientific diving. Relative to the meeting, Vin has been a New England diver for 35 years and an active diving instructor for 27 years. A member of the Boston Sea Rovers and the Board of Directors of the Bay State Council, Vin has produced and assisted in the development of several guides for divers diving in Massachusetts and harvesting local seafood, particularly the prized American lobster.

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
John Hanzl - TBA
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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016, 6:30 pm.
Andrew Martinez - Ambon: Critter Paradise
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General Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, at the New England Aquarium Conference Center (located on the first floor of the Harbor Garage). Click here for directions

At each general meeting there will be the monthly drawing for a chance to have a hands on aquarium experience.

For directions and more info about all our meetings, visit our Club Meetings Page

2015 Year in Pictures

We are always looking for more photos of club activities to display. If you have any photos of 2015 with the NEADC, send the pictures to webmaster@neadc.org

Take a look at what we've done this year in the club scrapbook and on Facebook


Philippe Cousteau to give a lecture at Harvard

As the 2016 Lowell Lecture, Philippe Cousteau will give a lecture: A Legacy of Hope and Solutions for the 21st Century

Tuesday, April 19, 7 to 8:30 pm
Harvard University Science Center, Hall D

Philippe Cousteau will share stories of how his father and grandfather inspired him to carry on a legacy that fostered the environmental movement in the 20th century. He will discuss his latest projects, which extend from Wall Street to Hollywood, and talk about how new approaches to storytelling and sustainability are needed if we are to solve the critical social and environmental issues facing us today.

http://www.extension.harvard.edu/inside-extension/philippe-cousteau-legacy-hope-solutions-21st-century


NEADC Dry Dive and Pre-Season Cleanup

Join Dan Saturday, May 14th for a tour of the best dive sites on Cape Ann. We will be driving all over Rockport, Gloucester, and the surrounding areas and point out the highlights of each site, and any tips we have for entrance/exit, or what to look out for.

Along the way, we will be collecting any trash or debris on the beach, and properly dispose of it. It's been a mild winter for storms, but there is usually still some debris washed up on the beach. We will be doing a cleanup at each stop until we run out of space in the truck for trash.

Again this year we'll be ending with a lunch at a local resturaunt.

Email Dan to sign up


NEADC Events

Annual Dry Dive and Beach Cleanup (05/14)
See Above

NEADC's 15th Great Annual Fish Count (07/23)
For the past 15 years we have organized divers, clubs and organizations into what is consistantly the largest single-day fish count in the country.While they are underwater, divers count what fish and invertebrates they see, and report that information to REEF. This data is the used by scientists and policy-makers around the world!
GAFC Website

NEADC's Tropical Fish Rescue and Club BBQ (9/24) -
Every year juvenile fish from warmer waters travel north with the currents. Rhode island is the best place to spot them and every year he have a BBQ, and see what we can spot. It's a great chance to see the colorful tropical fish without leaving New England.
Tropical Fish Rescue

BSC's 31st Annual Treasure Hunt (9/18)
The Bay State Council of Divers will be holding it's 31st Annual Treasure Hunt on Sunday Sept 18th at Stage Fort Park in Gloucester, MA. Check out their website for more information: baystatecouncil.org


New England Diving Events calendar

South Shore Neptunes Club Meeting (05/03/16)
Speaker: TBA
http://www.southshoreneptunes.org/

North Shore Frogmen Meeting (05/05/16)
Fisheries discussion to be presented by Matt Ayer
http://www.northshorefrogmen.com/

Finatics Monthly Meeting (05/07/16)
Atkinson Community Center: 4 Main St, Atkinson, NH
https://www.facebook.com/groups/FinaticsDiveClub/

Metro-West Dive Club Meeting (05/10/16)
Speaker: Eric Dube - Diving Grand Cayman
http://www.mwdc.org/

North Shore Frogmen Meeting (05/12/16)
Nudibranch Presentation
http://www.northshorefrogmen.com/

United Divers of NH Club Meeting (05/16/16)
Presentation TBA
http://www.udnh.org/

South Shore Neptunes Club Meeting (05/17/16)
Presentation: Fish Count Class
http://www.southshoreneptunes.org/

North Shore Frogmen Meeting (05/19/16)
Speaker: Annette Spaulding - Searching for Petroglyphs
http://www.northshorefrogmen.com/

United Divers of Central Mass Monthly meeting (05/19/16)
Speaker:: Wrecks of the Palmer and Crary with Jeff Goodreau.
http://uniteddivers.org


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