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  • The Secret Life of Lobsters
    The Secret Life of Lobsters
    Our next science cafe will feature a discussion on Lobsters!  Join us on Nov 15th....
  • True Tales From The Frontlines of Citizen Science
    True Tales From The Frontlines of Citizen Science
    True Tales From The Frontlines of Citizen Science Stories from the Field celebrates N.H. volunteers on Dec. 8 From helping salamanders cross the road to raising oysters in the Great Bay Estuary, citizen scientists in New Hampshire have a wealth of tales to tell. They’ll share these stories and more at Stories from the Field, a night of live storytelling that celebrates citizen science in the Granite State. Volunteers will share stories of scientific discovery on Friday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH. “Traditional science communication is often perceived as boring and unapproachable, but storytelling […]...
  • Stories From the Field: Celebrating Citizen Science in NH
    Stories From the Field: Celebrating Citizen Science in NH
    “There have been great societies that did not use the wheel, but there have been no societies that did not tell stories.” – Ursula K. Le Guin We all have a story to tell. Join us for a captivating evening of stories from your family, friends, and neighbors. A first of its kind event at 3S Artspace in Portsmouth where we will feature the faces, places, and stories of citizen science in New Hampshire. *free event, cash bar and light refreshments will be served Pre-registration is suggested.  Register at StateofOurEstuaries.org/conference/CitSci  EMAIL READY 2018_collateral_flyer_R06 (1)  ...
  • Studying Rockweed to Understand Climate
    Studying Rockweed to Understand Climate
    By Sue Kauffman Rockweed, it’s that slimy, slippery stuff along the shore, with all those rubbery bubbles that are fun to try to pop, right? Well, yes, but it’s so much more… Let’s take a closer look at one member of the rockweeds, Ascophyllum nodosum, also known as knotted wrack. It’s a common species of brown macroalgae that grows on sheltered hard surfaces in the mid-intertidal zone. Its long, draping fronds create important habitat, providing shelter, food, moisture, shade, and oxygen for many small marine animals. There’s a lot going on under that wet blanket of seaweed! Each individual A. […]...
  • Teachers On The Estuary
    Teachers On The Estuary
    TEACHERS ON THE ESTUARY: “TOTE” Wildlife and Fisheries in a Changing Climate June 28 & 29, 2017 – Great Bay Discovery Center, Greenland, NH Co-Sponsored by the Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Gundalow Company Teachers on the Estuary (TOTE), is a program of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS) that offers field-based professional development for teachers on watershed and estuary topics at Research Reserves. In this workshop, Reserves use local research and habitats as a context for introducing teachers to coastal science and issues such as climate change and sea level rise. This year’s TOTE is […]...

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