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!
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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!
The 2018 Summit program was like herding cats!
The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) has awarded Restore America’s Estuaries with the 2018 Non-Profit Marine Environment Protection Award.
Kent and fellow Florida Fish & Wildlife colleagues at the 2016 Summit in New Orleans. “It’s 2018, and you know what that means. It’s a RAE Summit year!” So began a conversation in early January of this year with one of my Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission colleagues, the excitement…
Photo courtesy of USFWS Some of the most iconic landscapes on the Pacific coast are found along Humboldt Bay in California. As one of the largest bays along the Pacific Flyway, thousands and thousands of birds seek refuge and nesting on and near its waters. However, this area is also…
Louisiana is famous for its seafood, not least of all, its oysters. Served on the half shell, chargrilled, or fried, our coast serves up millions of the tasty bottom-dwellers each year, to locals and tourists alike. Louisiana is the top producer of oysters in the nation, shelling over 70% of…