Living As the World

Living As the World

Can you put a price tag on the feeling you get when you spot a rare bird at the water’s edge? Or the weightlessness you experience when launching a canoe? How about the glow of feeding your community with fish you’ve caught with your family?

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DC Download: June 22

DC Download: June 22

Congress is hard at work on updates to our 50-year-old Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA). With an eye to educating members of Congress about what your Reserve and the System do for your community, please consider how you can promote your work.

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New Guide to Collaborative Science

New Guide to Collaborative Science

A new tool from the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) will help scientists, communities, natural resource professionals, and others work together to find science-based solutions to the most urgent problems facing our nation’s coasts.

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Welcome, MAD Fellows!

Welcome, MAD Fellows!

The first cohort of Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellows has been doing meaningful work and now—thanks to the support of our congressional champions—another generation of coastal scientists will get their start at a Reserve through this national program.

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One Seal, Two Seal…

One Seal, Two Seal…

This spring, with support from the Narragansett Bay Reserve and EPA staff, volunteer citizen scientists participated in an annual Save the Bay tradition: counting seals. The Reserve was responsible for counting the seal population around Prudence Island.

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DC Download: April 2022

DC Download: April 2022

The President’s FY 2023 budget is now in the hands of Congress, and it is up to us to get the funding increases needed for the NERRS. The NERRS budgets for OPS and PAC cannot be left to chance.

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