Written by Tom McCann | June 3rd, 2013
See how The Nature Conservancy is putting science in action to restore coastal habitat, adding natural defenses to storms and helping give coastal economies a boost.
Written by Kerry Crisley | October 11th, 2012
The catastrophic declines in oyster abundance across the U.S. are well documented. So how much restoration is necessary before oysters once more benefit our coastal waters on a large scale?
Written by Will Murtha | August 31st, 2012
Communities are getting hands-on experience restoring a mix of marine, coastal and migratory fish habitats.
Written by Madeline Van Tassel | June 13th, 2012
Since a single oyster can filter up to 30 gallons of water every day, clearing and cleaning it for the benefit of other marine life, just imagine what restoring billions might do for your favorite coastal bay.
Written by Nicole Levins | January 24th, 2011
Written by Nicole Levins | November 29th, 2010
Written by Jonathan Hoekstra | November 5th, 2010
Was the Gulf oil spill actually good for the region’s economy? Maybe in the short-term — but the Gulf needs a long-term restoration economy, says Conservancy scientist Jonathan Hoekstra.
Written by Jay Odell | June 5th, 2009
The International Marine Conservation Congress was held late last month at the Smithsonian Institution’s Natural History Museum in Washington D.C. — about 1,000 ocean scientists, advocates and educators from all corners of Planet Ocean gathering to share research and new ideas on improving ocean conservation and management. And the big news out of the congress? […]