National Estuaries Week 2019 was a huge success, surpassing our social media stats from the previous years. Read more highlights from throughout the week in this blog!
We are pleased to announce the 2020 Summit official artist, Eric Lutes.
A groundbreaking report recently published by NOAA and its partners uses new technology and data to determine that West Coast estuaries have lost nearly 85% of their historical acreage.
Plastic is everywhere! But do you know what it’s made from? The answer may surprise you.
RAE’s member group in Seattle, Washington has been working to remove harmful wood pilings from the Puget Sound to protect the region’s iconic killer whales.
Each year at Restore America’s Estuaries’ National Summit, attendees arrive early to participate in a hands-on restoration project. This year, we took to the Los Cerritos Wetlands to remove invasive species, plant natives, and simply enjoy an afternoon in the sun!
The 30th celebration of National Estuaries Week this year was a huge success. Organizations and volunteers from across the country gathered at their local bays, riverfronts, and classrooms to celebrate and learn about the importance of our estuaries and how they benefit our daily lives.
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) has awarded Restore America’s Estuaries with the 2018 Non-Profit Marine Environment Protection Award.
EPA New England Regional Administrator Alexandra Dunn speaks to attendees. Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are pleased to announce the 2018 Massachusetts recipients of the Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Watershed Grants. Launched in early 2018, SNEP grants target water pollution, habitat degradation, and other…