Coastal Research Volunteers

Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State
Appreciating the beauty, wonder and resiliency of the Granite State Learn More
Volunteers gather important data to track coastline changes and help inform management practices
For New Hampshire communities that rely on tourism and revenue from beachgoers, shifting sands can have significant impacts. To track these changes, C... Learn More
The Coastal Research Volunteers team was out in the field this July helping the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Coastal Program mon... Learn More
Peter Cady volunteers for CRV's rockweed monitoring program and spends a good deal of time observing the rocky intertidal in Rye. He is also a very ta... Learn More
Gracie Ballou, Coastal Ecosystem Education Coordinator, has been working with students and teachers at Seabrook Middle School as they study the amazin... Learn More
I would like to introduce you to the newest CRV member, Gracie Ballou, our Coastal Ecosystem Education Coordinator! We are so excited to be working al... Learn More
The other day we were walking in the Hampton Harbour Wildlife Management Area and noticed a large den (with two others close by) with animal tracks le... Learn More
CRV volunteers helped construct eel mops over the winter in preparation for collaborating with Seabrook middle-school students. An eel mop is a d... Learn More
CRV is currently working with fifth-grade teachers and students at Seabrook Middle School in preparation for the 2021 spring season. Pictured here is ... Learn More
This past week my family and I went camping near Bartlett, NH. As we hiked we noticed so many grasshoppers. As we sat in the tall grasses to take a... Learn More