The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
200 + plants later it just may be working
At a 4-day technician training in South Carolina, I gained a new appreciation for all the effort needed to collect consistent water quality and meteorological data across the country.
Terms like "watershed" and "estuary" are part of our daily lexicon, but have had no equivalents in American Sign Language. To encourage STEM learning in New England’s deaf community, we and our partners are introducing new terms and teaching tools.
Environmental DNA could dramatically change the way reserve scientists survey streams, rivers, and estuaries for finfish and crustaceans.
We recorded Dr. Jon Dykstra's talk in February 2018: A Brief Geological History of the Sands Along Southern Maine's Beaches.
Interpreters from four New England states participate in a four-day training to receive a national certification.
The kayaks are nestled all snug in their winter beds, with visions of the 2018 Little River Estuary paddling season dancing in their heads.
The summer camp season was a huge success, with glowing evaluations from participating families.
Teachers on the Estuary program continues its impact with fifteen educators in attendance this year.
Using drones in the National Estuarine Research Reserve System.