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 EventsNov30Thu9:00 am Advanced Wetland Delineation @ Bay Conference Center, Romberg Tiburon CenterAdvanced Wetland Delineation @ Bay Conference Center, Romberg Tiburon CenterNov 30 @ 9:00 am – Dec 1 @ 5:00 pmThis training will expand upon the wetland delineation principles discussed in basic wetland delineation, focusing on problematic indicators of hydric vegetation, soils, and hydrology. Upon completion of the two days students will be able to[...]Jan20Satall-day Teachers on the Estuary: Oysters @ Bay Conference Center, Romberg Tiburon CenterTeachers on the Estuary: Oysters @ Bay Conference Center, Romberg Tiburon CenterJan 20 – Jan 27 all-dayWe are looking for ten middle school teachers from Marin County to join a collaborative group of scientists as we learn about native oysters and how to restore them to the San Francisco Estuary. [...]