Restore America’s Estuaries is a national alliance of 11 coastal conservation groups that stretch from Maine to Washington State. Local projects restore coastal wetlands, improve water quality, open fish passages, build living shorelines re-plant salt marshes and restore shellfish habitat. We provide a united voice for coastal conservation in the nation’s capital and advance the science and practice of protecting and restoring estuaries through on-the ground projects, groundbreaking science, high-level meetings, and the power of convening people.
Recipient of $100K grant from NY Community Trust (6/23/15), Restore America's Estuaries, along with our alliance members' American Littoral Society, and Save The Bay - Narragansett Bay... Read More »
First National Report on Living Shorelines Institutional Barriers Released, WASHINGTON, D.C. – Restore America’s Estuaries has released a new report, “Living Shorelines: From Barriers to Opportun... Read More »
New Report Highlights Federal Coastal Habitat Investments Support People, Fish, and Wildlife, WASHINGTON, D.C. – Restore America’s Estuaries has released a new report “Impact Assessment: Federal Coastal Habitat Investm... Read More »