Salt Marsh Science Project Participants

Since 1996, students and teachers have assisted Mass Audubon in collecting exciting and important data about salt marshes to improve protection efforts. Thousands of students from Massachusetts towns have participated in this study to date and the number is growing.

Many thanks to past and present schools involved in the Salt Marsh Science Project, which include:

  • Beverly: Stoneridge Montessori School, Grades 7-8; The Saint’s Academy, Grade 6
  • Danvers: Saint Mary's School of the Annunciation, Grades 6-8; Holten Richmond Middle School, Grade 6; Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School
  • Ipswich: Ipswich High School, Grades 9-12
  • Essex: Essex Elementary and Middle School, Grades 5 & 6
  • Everett: Pioneer Charter School of Science, High School
  • Gloucester: O'Maley School, Grade 6 & 8
  • Manchester/Essex: Manchester/Essex High School Environmental Studies Class
  • Natick: Homeschoolers
  • Newbury: Newbury Elementary School
  • Newburyport: Rupert A. Nock Middle School, Grade 7 & 8; River Valley Charter School, Grade 7 & 8
  • Revere: Revere High School
  • Rockport: Rockport Middle School Grades 6-8
  • Rowley: Pine Grove School, Grade 6
  • Salem: Collins Middle School, Grade 7; Nathaniel Bowditch Elementary School, Grade 7; Saltonstall Elementary School, Grade 7; Salem Academy Charter School
  • Salisbury: Salisbury Memorial School, Grade 6; Sparhawk High School
  • Topsfield: Procter School, Grade 5
  • Wellfleet: Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School, Grade 7

Get Involved

If you would like your students to participate in this project, please contact us.