With help from the USFWS Coastal Program, Great Land Trust in Alaska was able to protect thousands of acres of land that include vital coastal habitats.
Restore America’s Estuaries Blog
While most people can recognize the term “red tide,” many may not know what it means. So what is a red tide, and why are they a problem?
Learn how many partners in the small town of Whitefield, Maine came together to remove a dam for the betterment of the local habitat while successfully preserving its history.
Rep. Pallone of New Jersey has put forth a new living shorelines bill that will allocate $50 million towards investing in these natural infrastructure solutions.
Most of us take showers every day. But do you know what’s in your hair products and the potential harm they have on the environment? Hairstory is working to change that.
Increasingly, successful habitat conservation requires collaboration among private landowners, businesses, organizations, and agencies. A stellar example of this collaboration is the oyster restoration being done in the Chesapeake Bay.
Tampa Bay Watch has been partnering with local schools for more than 20 years to restore the Tampa Bay through their Bay Grasses in Classes program.
The second meeting of the minds in the field of blue carbon took place in Fall 2018 outside Annapolis, Maryland.
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.
Thousands of ghost crab pots line our coastal waterways, causing harm to the local ecosystems. States are taking action, and bringing in local watermen and women, to help solve the problem.