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New Hampshire Sea Grant enages hundreds of local volunteers each year in our research, education, and outreach activities to enhance and conserve marine resources and serve communities in coastal New Hampshire. Use the links below to navigate to different volunteer opportunities within NH Sea Grant, UNH Cooperative Extension, and our partner organizations.

Coastal Research Volunteers

photo of Coastal Research Volunteers working to plant dune grass

The Coastal Research Volunteer (CRV) program connects New Hampshire residents with projects that conserve and enhance local coastal ecosystems, such as beach profiling, dune grass planting, eel monitoring, and oyster restoration. Learn more.

UNH Marine Docents

photo of UNH Marine Docents volunteering in a classroom to teach about seaweed

UNH Marine Docents are volunteers within NH Sea Gant and UNH Cooperative Extension who receive extensive training to lead marine education programs in local classrooms and at events throughout New Hampshire. Learn more.

Volunteer with Our Partners

Photo of volunteers at an oyster restoration project

NH Sea Grant works closely with local and regional organizations as part of our mission to serve coastal communities in New Hampshire. We encourage our stakeholders and supporters to get involved and volunteer with our partners. Learn more.