Did you miss a Program Update? Check out the archive for a full listing of past Science Collaborative Program Update content.


Check out our Guide to Collaborative Science! The "Anticipate Challenges, Manage Proactively" section of the guide includes advice for planning ahead, lessening impacts of conflict, and filling personnel gaps. You will find specific case studies and action plans based on real challenges faced by project teams and learn how they addressed conflicts proactively.


In case you missed it - Resources from our June and July Webinars. We're taking a break in August but we'll be back in the fall with more webinars.


A backgrounder video on the 2023 Catalyst/Science Transfer RFP is now available! Check out the updated RFP page to learn more.


The webinar slides and recording are now available for the February 2022 webinar, Fostering Partnerships, the Foundation of Collaborative Science.


I Heart Estuaries is a four-day, social media extravaganza coordinated by NERRA, Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE), and the Association of National Estuary Programs (ANEP). It’s a chance to demonstrate your support for estuaries, our Reserves, and other coastal programs. 2022’s lovefest runs from 2/11 through 2/14, and all are invited to join in! Visit NERRA's campaign page to learn more.


The recording for the 2021 Request for Collaborative Research Proposals Q&A webinar is now available on our YouTube channel and the collaborative research grants page.


The Q&A webinar for the collaborative research competition that was originally planned for November 11 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, November 9, 2021 from 3-4pm ET. Please register for the webinar at this new link, and share it with your partners.


We are currently accepting Collaborative Research and Science Transfer proposals for the 2022 funding cycle! Collaborative Research pre-proposals are due December 7, 2021, and Science Transfer proposals are due Feb. 24, 2022. Visit the grant pages to learn more and find proposal development resources.


Summary resources are now available for the September 2021 webinar, Improved Understanding of Sediment Dynamics for the Coos Estuary.