Floods 101, National Geographic
No natural disaster in America has caused more death and destruction than floods.
Coastal Homeowners Install Living Shorelines
The North Carolina Coastal Federation worked with homeowners to install living shorelines to protect against erosion.
Coastal Erosion Overview
A Cape Cod Rain Garden
Everyone should have a rain garden! Here’s a short presentation by Kristin Andres, associate director for education at the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, about the value rain gardens and how...
Water Quality Overview
Aquatic Invasive Species
An educational video geared towards boat owners about what invasive species are and what can be done in New Hampshire.
Invasive Species Overview
40+ Years of Wetland Restoration in the San Francisco Bay, Coastal Conservancy
The evolution of tidal wetland restoration approaches in SF Bay, illustrated by specific projects, such as Sonoma Baylands, the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, and Lower Walnut Creek and...
Wildlife Habitats Overview
Save The Bay works to restore Bay habitat at significant scale, both through advancing sound science and by securing the funding necessary for these projects.
Salinas River beach dunes provide a natural barrier to thousands of acres of low-lying farms and wetlands. However, ice plant and other invasive plants have over-stabilized the dunes, making them...
Cal-IPC and partners are removing Algerian and European sea lavenders to protect San Francisco Bay tidal marshes. There are about 50 known locations around the bay. They are both hand pulling this...
The San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project is a coordinated regional effort among local, state and federal organizations dedicated to preserving California’s extraordinary coastal...
The South Central Coast Eradication Project targeted five invasive plant species for region-wide eradication in the South Central Coast region (San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties): Canada...
Massive vines that blanket the southern United States, climbing high as they uproot trees and swallow buildings. A ravenous snake that is capable of devouring an alligator. Rabbit populations that...
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