New resources available! Check out the Blue Carbon Management Brief and Infographic, featuring lessons learned and Q&A from the March 17 panel webinar.


The full session recording for our March 17 panel discussion on blue carbon is now available on our webinar series page.


We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting proposals for Science Transfer projects!



In case you missed it, we put together a special update with some statistics and links to popular resources from 2019. Thank you all for a great year, and we look forward to working with you in 2020!


We are excited to unveil a new proposal development tool for collaborative research grant applicants— specifically, a set of tips to consider at the pre-proposal stage of the application process. These tips were informed by an analysis of reviewer comments about pre-proposal submissions to prior calls for collaborative research applications, as well as program staff observations from prior review processes. 


Are you attending CERF 2019? Check out this list of presentations, workshops and special sessions related to NERRS Science Collaborative projects!


We are pleased to announce two grant opportunities for the coming year—the Request for Catalyst Proposals and the Request for Collaborative Research Pre-Proposals!


We are thrilled to be working with the Reserve System for the next five years!


Are you interested in doing research with the reserves? Are you currently enrolled as a graduate student? Consider submitting an application for the Margaret A. Davidson Graduate Fellowship, open until December 20, 2019.


The Summary Report from our April 11 panel webinar - New Research to Inform Living Shoreline Design, Placement and Monitoring - is now available! Or, if you prefer, the full session recording is available on our YouTube channel.