Here are just a few of many recent stories about Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and our work to restore, protect, and share Boston Harbor, the harbor islands, and our region’s great public beaches. You can find out more on our blog Harbor Current at blog.savetheharbor.org
It was a brutal winter in Massachusetts this year, with two wicked bad storms hitting at wicked high tides in quick succession, but DCR staff and Save the Harbor/Savethe Bay volunteers are hard at work to make sure that all the metropolitan beaches are ready for summer.
At Save the Harbor/Save the Bay we have learned that one of the best way’s to Save the Harbor is to Share the Harbor with the public with free events, excursions and programs that connect kids and families to the harbor, the beach and the islands we have worked so hard to restore and protect.
On Saturday, June 9, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) awarded more than $200,000 in Better Beaches Program grants to 37 organizations in 9 communities to fund nearly 150 free events on the region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket in…
Save the Harbor/Save the Bay released its annual water quality report card on the Boston Harbor region’s public beaches from Nahant to Nantasket on May 27.
Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is pleased to announce the opening of its new interactive Boston Harbor Pop-Up Museum at 226 Causeway Street across from North Station in Boston.
It was a rough winter for our region’s waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities, as wicked bad storms on wicked high tides flooded neighborhoods and wreaked havoc on public beaches from Cape Cod to Cape Ann.