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Mass Audubon invites local, Indigenous artists to submit interest applications for consideration to design a structural, elemental art installation to be featured at one or more Mass Audubon wildlife sanctuaries. The artwork is intended to spotlight, honor, and celebrate Indigenous relationships with nature and the land of Massachusetts and/or New England. Funding and Budget At […]
Along the southern shore of the Merrimack River near Joppa Flats Education Center, over a mile stretch of salt marsh is struggling. While it’s uncertain exactly why this salt marsh is degrading, excessive nutrients from the Merrimack River and upstream wastewater treatment plants might be to blame. When salt marsh cordgrass, Spartina alterniflora, is overloaded […]
Wellfleet Bay’s sea turtle staff is used to getting phone calls or emails about sea turtles. As a member of the federal government’s stranding network for the Greater Atlantic Region, the sanctuary responds to sea turtles that strand year-round, whether the result of cold-stunning or injury, such as vessel strike. But on September 20th, the […]