U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region
Zoe Clougher of Rogers High School  Credit: Scott Dickison

This summer, a small group of high school students strengthened the Sachuest salt marsh in Rhode Island, planting over 175 native grass plugs along the wetlands of the Maidford River. This...

This summer, 4th through 6th graders from the River Valley Charter School help pull invasive pepperweed plants from the salt marsh at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Newburyport, Massachusetts.

Pepperweed pulling isn't just alliterative; it's a way students are removing the invasive plant from the Great Marsh in Massachusetts, making room for native grasses to create habitat for wildlife and...

Work at one of the restored beaches, Kimbles Beach. A wheel loader fills the rubber-tracked dump truck. Credit: Eric Schrading/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Hurricane Sandy investments support the President's Climate Action Plan goal of making communities more resilient to increasingly intense storms predicted with a changing climate.

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