Latest NERRS News
Talk NERRdy to Me is a monthly column about leaders and luminaries from across our 29—soon to be 30—Reserves. This month, NERRA’s correspondent-at-large Nik Charov interviewed Dr. Kerstin Wasson, research coordinator at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve. They talked about marsh making, work marriages, ungrateful and grateful children, Indigenous knowledge, and the non-monetary valuations of mud.
Reserves in the Media
- Feral hogs slow recovery of damaged salt marshes: study: (Sapelo Island) November 29, 2021 – Coastal Review
- Invasive green crabs are threatening local species. The solution? Eat them: (South Slough) November 27, 2021 – NPR
- Governor DeSantis Previews his 2022-2023 Environmental Budget at Rookery Bay: November 25, 2021 – Coastal Breeze News
Partners Collaborate to Protect Bay Islands: (Jacques Cousteau) November 25, 2021 – The Sand Paper
Researchers want you to add green crabs to your menu to help combat this invasive species: (South Slough) November 19, 2021 – KLCC
New! A Fresh & Salty Podcast
The inspiration for a new internship program at New Jersey’s Jacques Cousteau Reserve was simple: diversity in science is better for everybody. Creating equal access is important for advancing equality and science is stronger when everybody contributes.