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The Margaret A. Davidson Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2024 cohort. Applications are due December 10, 2021. Visit the Fellowship page to learn more, and apply to be part of the next generation of coastal leaders!
On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, Susi Moser will be giving a presentation for the Environmental Health Sciences Spring 2021 Webinar Series titled "To Be of Use: Making Climate Change Science Relevant in a Fast-Paced, Difficult World." The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Oceans and Human Health and Climate Change Interactions at the University of South Carolina. Visit the event page to learn more and register.
Show your support for programs that benefit estuaries by sharing your stories on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram from 2/12 to 2/14. Don’t forget to use the tag #iheartestuaries!
The Summary Report from our July 2020 panel Innovative Approaches to Integrating Research and K-12 Education to Advance Estuary Stewardship is now available! Visit the webinar page to download the report, view the recording, and see other related resources.
We are currently accepting Collaborative Research and Science Transfer proposals for the 2021 funding cycle! Collaborative Research pre-proposals are due December 8, 2020, and Science Transfer proposals are due Feb. 25, 2021. Visit the grant pages to learn more and find proposal development resources.
Twenty projects involving 29 reserve sites across the nation and totaling more than $5.2 million have been recommended for support by NOAA’s National Estuarine Research Reserve System Science Collaborative. See a list and map of the new projects, including a summary of each project.
We've added a new feature (still in beta!) to our website. Check out the Collections page to explore curated sets of projects and targeted searches designed to build on the existing project catalog, and help highlight the excellent work project teams are doing across the Reserve system.