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Coastal Research Volunteers are passionate about science and stewardship on the New Hampshire coast. Click the images below to learn about our current endeavors and how you can get involved. We have some exciting opportunities in the works for 2018, so check back often and sign up for our monthly newsletter!

Photograph of two volunteers collecting a beach profile on the beach at low tide in winter clothing. Link to Beach Profiling webpage. Photograph of a volunteer planting dune grass. Link to Dune Restoration and Research webpage.

Close-up photo of an American eel on someone's hand. Link to Eel Monitoring webpage.

 

Young girl holds green crab standing on rocky coastline while volunteers search for crabs in background. Five Gulfwatch volunteers pose in tidepools under large bridge wearing rain gear.

Photograph of three volunteers collecting oysters from an oyster cage. Link to Oyster Restoration webpage.

 

Camera sits on picture post overlooking a green salt marsh.

Photograph of volunteers monitoring rockweed on a rocky shoreline in winter clothing. Link to Rockweed Phenology webpage.

 

Close-up photo of a horseshoe crab on a beach. Link to Spawning Horseshoe Crab Survey webpage.

Photograph of several volunteers working in a stream in summertime. Link to Stream Health webpage.

 

 

 

 

 

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