Science You Can Use: Sustaining New Jersey Marshes for Coastal Resilience

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 7:53 PM | Greg Westfall (Administrator)

Science You Can Use: Sustaining New Jersey Marshes for Coastal Resilience

 Join us for a hands-on workshop that will give you the opportunity to apply new research on nature-based solutions to managing for coastal resilience.  Facilitated by research scientists, multi-disciplinary teams of workshop participants will use recently collected data and a suite of on-line tools to produce schematic management plans for a local saltmarsh site.  

 Where and When

April 27, 2017

Jacques Cousteau Reserve, 130 Great Bay Blvd, Tuckerton, NJ

10 AM- 3 PM

Register here


This workshop was rescheduled from March 14th due to the snowstorm.

 Limited space left – Register now!


Workshop Purpose:

This workshop aims to convey how ongoing research informs understanding of:

·      How saltmarshes aid coastal resilience

·      Pros & cons of management options to sustain salt marshes be into the future

·      Available management tools for aiding decision-making on nature-based and other management strategies

·      How to apply them locally

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