Feeling Grateful

Jan 27, 2021 | Get Involved, Reserves, Season of Gratitude

The Sapelo Island Margaret A. Davidson Fellow, Sydney Williams, discusses her water quality research for the health of Georgia’s coasts. See her full video, along with other fellows from around the country, here.

Need a boost? Take a break to watch a video created by our Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Research Fellows for NERRA’s 2021 Season of Gratitude campaign.

Each video reminds us of the energy and talent the fellows have brought to our Reserves and the support of our champions in Congress who made it possible. 

If watching one of these videos is just the tonic you need to brighten up the winter, share the feeling! We encourage everyone to share the videos far and wide on your social media and websites. Don’t forget to thank your congressional representatives when you do!


The NERRS Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Research Fellowship is a two-year program that places one graduate student at each of the 29 National Estuarine Research Reserves. Each fellow addresses a key coastal management question to help scientists and communities understand coastal challenges that may influence future policy and management strategies. Learn more.

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