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Restore America’s Estuaries Blog
A local church in the Tampa Bay region of Florida chose to donate their rummage sale profits to restore their local waterways.
The Honda Marine Science Foundation was founded in 2016 with a mission of restoring marine ecosystems and supporting critical living shorelines projects.
Mobile, Alabama is the birthplace of Mardi Gras, but that means finding new ways to clean up after the parties!
A National Coastal Wetlands Conservation grant saved the delmarva fox squirrel from extinction.
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!
During the Opening Plenary of the 2018 National Summit, four women sat on stage – together, combining their wisdom and years working to protect our coasts, as the first ever all-female panel at a RAE conference.
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.
Not a scientist by trade, RAE’s operations manager describes why she feels inspired to work for an environmental nonprofit — even if she’s just learning about blue carbon and climate change.
Earlier this year RAE entered into a multi-year partnership with the Clean Foundation of Nova Scotia, Canada. Their focus is restoring salt marshes in the area, and we know a thing or two about restoration!