The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
The top 20 images from the 44th annual Nikon Small World photomicrography competition will hang in the Maine Coastal Ecology Center through mid July 2021.
The Coastal Ecology Center's exhibits find a new home in NH.
Study published in Ecological Indicators demonstrates the potential for using environmental DNA to survey green crabs in estuaries.
View the Fall 2020 issue of Watermark, our member newsletter.
The Reserve's summer camps are providing participating children and staff with heaps of fun, educational, and memorable moments while connecting with one another and the wonders of Nature.
View the Summer 2020 issue of Watermark, our member newsletter.
With safety our priority, for the first time in 33 years the weekend after Labor Day will not be marked by exhibitors, volunteers, and visitors flocking to the Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival.
The Wells Reserve's education program is one of 29 within the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, collectively connecting hundreds of thousands of people to estuaries each year.
Sue Bickford is honored with the NERRS Impact Award, while Jeremy Miller is recognized with the Technical Assistance Award.
Download the fall 2019 issue of the Watermark newsletter.