Protect and restore bays and estuaries.
Join us as we protect and restore these precious resources essential to our nation.
Now more than ever, our nation’s most environmentally, economically, and culturally important waters need your help. A host of threats loom over the future of our coasts and the communities that rely on them. Sea-level rise, flooding, erosion and other impacts from a changing climate are impacting an increasing number of areas with increasing frequency.
Restore America’s Estuaries works to counter these and other threats with a host of partners nationwide. Your donation will help us engage local communities to bring about on-the-ground results, advance science and policy to conserve endangered areas across the country, and ensure the benefits of coastal restoration are shared by all communities.
If you prefer to donate by check, you may download our Donation Form and mail a check to:
Restore America’s Estuaries
2300 Clarendon Blvd, Suite 603
Arlington, VA 22201
Federal Employees: Our Combined Federal Campaign number is 12070.
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If you have any questions, please call 703-524-0248 or email Lance Speidell.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Living Shorelines Tech Transfer Workshop will take place October 24 – 25 in Galveston, Texas. Hosted by RAE and Galveston Bay Foundation, this year’s Workshop will be held at the world renowned Moody Gardens Hotel and Convention Center. This is the nation’s premier gathering focused on the science and policy of living shorelines and nature-based solutions. The Workshop will present a unique opportunity to network with, learn from, and promote your work to more than 200+ attendees from across the country.
Registration is now open for the 2023 Living Shorelines Tech Transfer Workshop will take place October 24 – 25 in Galveston, Texas. Hosted by RAE and...
In partnership with EPA, RAE is pleased to announce the Long Island Sound Community Impact Fund
The ICI Community of Practice Groups are aimed at helping practitioners implement DEIJ initiatives in your workplace.
The 2024 RAE Summit is coming back to the nation's capital. Join us for the largest gathering of coastal restoration professionals in the U.S.
The U.S. FWS released their 2022 Accomplishment Report for the Coastal Program.
America’s coastal ecosystems—and the communities that rely on them— need your help now more than ever. Your support helps us improve coastal resiliency and create healthy, safe, and accessible estuaries for all.Donate Now