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MAINE WATCH WITH JENNIFER ROOKS

Ocean Energy/Organic Dairy/Winslow Homer

  • Aired: 09/20/2012
  • 27:46
  • Rating: NR
An update on the Ocean Renewable Power Company project with CEO Chris Sauer on the nation's first commercial ocean energy device that was lowered into Cobscook Bay. The filmmakers talk about their documentary film "Betting the Farm," about a group of farmers who form their own organic dairy, and, a look inside Winslow Homer's Prouts Neck studio, newly restored by the Portland Museum of Art.
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Tidal Energy project in Cobscook Bay, Maine-based documentary,Winslow Homer studio
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