Upcoming Dates

  • 05
    Mar

    Research at the Reserve

    Virtual Presentation

    6:30 PM
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    7:30 AM

Research at the Reserve Series Assessment & Monitoring of Tidal Marsh Bird Populations in the Face of Global Change Tuesday, March 5 – Virtual Only Presentation 6:30PM – 7:30PM Learn about the efforts of SHARP (Saltmarsh Habitat and Avian Research Program) What is SHARP and what does it have to do with the marshes of (more…)


Upcoming Dates

  • 12
    Mar

    Research at the Reserve 

    Virtual Program

    6:30 PM
    -
    7:30 PM

Research at the Reserve Series Salt marsh migration into maritime forests in the Northeast Tuesday, March 12 – Virtual Only Presentation 6:30PM – 7:30PM Learn about the impacts of sea level rise on salt marshes in the northeast and what is currently known about the process of marsh migration into forests. Research in Waquoit Bay (more…)


Upcoming Dates

  • 19
    Mar

    Research at the Reserve

    In-Person Or Virtual Presentation

    6:30 PM
    -
    7:30 PM

Research at the Reserve Series What is a Runnel and Can it Help Restore Our Salt Marshes? Tuesday, March 19 (In-person or Virtual) 6:30PM – 7:30PM Salt marshes are experiencing accelerated changes via sea level rise and other disturbances, which is causing extensive habitat loss. Areas of standing water on the marsh platform cause vegetation (more…)


Upcoming Dates

  • 25
    Mar

    Waquoit Bay Coastal Training Program

    9:00 AM
    -
    4:30 PM

Facilitation Basics for Coastal Managers Imagine a world where meetings are effective, productive, and efficient. Monday, March 25, 2024 9:00am – 4:30pm (lunch provided) Target Audience: Non-profit organizations, community-based groups, municipal boards and committees, local officials, state and federal agency staff, Federal & state agency staff, and anyone responsible for facilitating meetings. Description: This course (more…)


Upcoming Dates

  • 26
    Mar

    Research at the Reserve

    In-Person or Virtual Presentation

    6:30 PM
    -
    7:30 PM

Research at the Reserve Series Into the SWMP and BayWatchers Meta-Verse Tuesday, March 26 (In-person or Virtual) 6:30PM – 7:30PM Waquoit Bay NERR hosts two long-term water quality monitoring programs encompassing the whole bay and its tributaries: the national scale System-Wide Monitoring Program (SWMP) and the local volunteer-based Waquoit BayWatchers. They are very different programs (more…)


Upcoming Dates

Full day sessions for students entering grades 4 – 6 in the fall of 2024. Cost: $400 Young scientists will conduct hands-on investigations based on research projects at the Reserve from water quality of the bay to wildlife observations. They will learn to use a variety of instruments to help with their discoveries and play (more…)


Upcoming Dates

Bayside Buddies – half day sessions for students entering grades 2 – 3 in the fall of 2024. Cost: $225 Children will get wet, muddy, and inspired through games, crafts, and basic scientific investigations. They will be exploring nature in various habitats around Waquoit Bay including forest, field and marshes. The students will study wildlife (more…)


Upcoming Dates

Bayside Buddies – half day sessions for students entering grades 2 – 3 in the fall of 2024. Cost: $225 Children will get wet, muddy, and inspired through games, crafts, and basic scientific investigations. They will be exploring nature in various habitats around Waquoit Bay including forest, field and marshes. The students will study wildlife (more…)


Upcoming Dates

Full-day sessions for students entering grades 4-6 in the fall of 2024. Cost: $400 Young scientists will conduct hands-on investigations based on research projects at the Reserve from water quality of the bay to wildlife observations. They will learn to use a variety of instruments to help with their discoveries and play games relating to (more…)


Upcoming Dates

Full-day sessions for young women entering grades 7 – 9 in the fall of 2024. Students will receive inspiration and support as they meet women scientists who will describe their career paths and research projects. They will conduct field research alongside Waquoit Bay staff and visiting scientists using a variety of instruments and technologies to (more…)

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