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A Decade of Commitment to Protecting,
and Restoring America's Coastal Heritage
The Navy, Coast Guard and Army Corps of Engineers
joined in the effort to spot and track the Northern Right Whale
during its annual calving season off Georgia and northern Florida.
During over flights of the area, military personnel use marine
radio to report the location of whales. As a result, ship captains
can maintain efficient speeds into and out of ports with the
confidence that they can avoid collisions with whales. Learn
more about this project.
In 1996 the Coastal America
Partnership established a network of Coastal
Ecosystem Learning Centers. The network combines the
resources of federal agencies with marine educational
centers. Most Learning Centers are aquariums, but marine
science centers and even a fishing museum are part of
Texas Aquarium Student
Corporate Partnership (CWRP)
The Boat Meadows wetland restoration project
is a project of the Massachusetts Corporate
Wetlands Restoration Program (CWRP). In the CWRP, corporations
contribute funds to a participating private foundation or
state trust fund. These funds will be used to support site
specific wetland or other aquatic habitat restoration projects.