Hampden firm pokes holes in traditional boat mooring, leaving room for lobsters, crabs and other sea life

BDNMAINE – The main purpose of most moorings is to provide mariners with a secure place to tie their boats when they go ashore, but Stewart Hardison thinks they should have a dual purpose. Hardison, the primary owner of Habitat Mooring Systems in Hampden, believes moorings also should double as microcosms of Maine’s coastal marine habitat. continued  website

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