NOAA’s National Estuarine Research Reserve System is a network of 28 Reserves in 23 states and territories. NOAA provides each reserve with funding, national guidance and technical assistance, while the states provide matching funds, personnel, and administrative oversight. The NERRS helps to protect more than one million acres of estuarine land and water; offers educational opportunities for students, teachers and the public; informs and trains coastal land managers and other decision makers; and serves as a network of living research laboratories for scientists.
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Upcoming EventsMar20Mon9:00 am Wetland Delineation @ Romberg Tiburon Center, Bay Conference CenterWetland Delineation @ Romberg Tiburon Center, Bay Conference CenterMar 20 @ 9:00 am – Mar 24 @ 5:00 pmBasic Wetland Delineation is a 40-hour training course that focuses on procedures used to delineate wetland boundaries using the 1987 Corps Wetland Delineation Manual (Technical Report Y-87-1) and the Regional Supplement: Arid West Region (2008).[...]Apr2Sun10:00 pm Teachers on the Estuary: Oyster ...Teachers on the Estuary: Oyster ...Apr 2 @ 10:00 pm – 11:00 pmApplications for Teachers on the Estuary: Oyster Research Team will be reviewed as they are submitted. Application deadline in April 2, 2017. Learn more about this program at: http://www.sfbaynerr.org/2017/03/07/toteoysterteam/Apr27Thu9:00 am Navigating the Environmental Com... @ Romberg Tiburon Center, Bay Conference CenterNavigating the Environmental Com... @ Romberg Tiburon Center, Bay Conference CenterApr 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pmRegistration now open, early bird price of $195 until 2/22, Regular registration $215, open until filled. (if minimum not met by 4/3 we reserve the right to cancel the training) This one-day workshop trains participants[...]