News from Around the Estuaries

  • WETSHOP 2017 April 17, 2017
    WETSHOP 2017 Release Date: April 27, 2017 WETSHOP 2017: July 9 – 14, 2017 @ LDWF Marine Research Lab, Grand Isle, LA. A week-long, dynamic teacher workshop that allows teachers to work with educator/scientists to learn about Louisiana coastal wetlands, issues and history. The focus of the summer workshop is to create wetland stewards of […]
  • Cleanup to Benefit Rowers, Delaware Children March 22, 2017
    NEWPORT, Del. — The Newport Rowing Club is best known for its competitive nature, but it also teaches teens to respect nature. That is why Head Coach, John Cohn looks... Read More The post Cleanup to Benefit Rowers, Delaware Children appeared first on Partnership for the Delaware Estuary.
    Shaun Bailey
  • Grassy Point Preserve Boardwalk Complete May 1, 2017
    The newly constructed boardwalk at Grassy Point Preserve on Anna Maria Sound in Holmes Beach is now open to the public for low-impact recreation. The walking trail through the 34-acre preserve takes visitors through upland habitat with native plants such as sea oxeye daisy, seaside goldenrod, and buttonwood before meandering through mangrove wetlands on a newly-constructed... […]
  • Falmouth video on benefits oyster aquaculture to water quality April 26, 2017
    Through the U.S. EPA’s SNEP program, the Buzzards Bay NEP awarded a grant to the Town of Falmouth to evaluate water quality benefits of oyster aquaculture (the project was titled “West Falmouth Harbor Oyster Reef Development Project”; see our award announcement). The grant paid for this video, and helped fund a study of the effectiveness […]