Upper North Shore Region (Amesbury, Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Newbury, Newburyport, Rockport, Rowley, Salisbury)
- Investigating the causes and vectors of Phragmites colonization in the Great Marsh (University of New Hampshire) (2011) ($39,922)
- Great Marsh ACEC Resource Inventory (Town of Ipswich) (2011) ($16,284)
- Town of Salisbury stormwater bylaw (Town of Salisbury) (2011) ($40,000)
- Creating the basis for successful restoration: an eelgrass habitat suitability model in GIS for Plum Island Sound, MA (University of New Hampshire) (2012) ($25,000)
- Test-transplanting genetically different eelgrass donor populations in Plum Island Sound, Massachusetts to identify those most suitable for a successful restoration (University of New Hampshire) (2013) ($20,000)
- Building a resilient eelgrass population in the Great Marsh (Essex) (2014) ($20,000)
Lower North Shore Region (Beverly, Danvers, Manchester, Marblehead, Peabody, Salem)
- Danvers sustainable stormwater funding study (Town of Danvers) (2012) ($20,000)
- Determining the nature and causes of turbidity events in Salem Harbor (MA) through estuarine water quality monitoring (Salem State University) (2012) ($22,992)
Metro Boston Region (Swampscott, Lynn, Saugus, Nahant, Revere, Everett, Chelsea, Winthrop, Boston, Milton, Quincy, Braintree, Weymouth, Hingham, Hull)
- Smelt spawning habitat assessment (Saugus River Watershed Council) (2012) ($10,000)
- Neponset River Estuary Area of Critical Environmental Concern water quality action planning (Neponset River Watershed Association) (2013) ($7,500)
South Shore Region (Cohassett, Duxbury, Hanover, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Scituate)
- Stony Brook and Tussock Brook marsh restoration plan (Jones River Watershed Association) (2011) ($12,510)
- Prioritizing stormwater improvements for the Jones River and Kingston Bay (Town of Kingston) (2011) ($14,795)
- South River greenway and walking trail plan (Wildlands Trust) (2012) ($6,749)
- Shading impacts of small docks and piers on salt marsh vegetation in Massachusetts estuaries (MA Division of Marine Fisheries) (2013) ($8,120)
- Anadromous species survey and water quality monitoring of the Gulf River Estuary (Cohasset Center for Student Coastal Research) (2013) ($10,600)
- Integrating new technologies into a cost-effective, community-based method for monitoring salt marshes in a changing climate (Jones River Watershed Association) (2014) ($19,480)
Cape Cod Region (Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Dennis, Eastham, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth)
- Oyster reef restoration and monitoring (Massachusetts Audubon Society) (2011) ($19,529)
- River herring warden network (Cape Cod Commercial Hook Fishermen’s Association) (2011 and 2012) ($15,000 and $7,441)
- Tracking the presence and persistence of pharmaceuticals in Cape Cod Bay (Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies) (2012) ($22,119)
- Hydrodynamic modeling - Herring River restoration project, Wellfleet (Friends of Herring River, Wellfleet/Truro, Inc) (2013) ($20,000)
- Assessment of multi-decadal coastal change: Beach Point in Truro to Jeremy Point, Wellfleet (Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies) (2013) ($18,323)
- Development of conceptual design options for fish passage restoration, Upper Herring River watershed (Friends of Herring River, Wellfleet/Truro, Inc) (2014) ($20,000)
- Building the foundation for shellfish restoration in Massachusetts (The Nature Conservancy) (2011) ($40,000)
- Identifying and prioritizing restoration opportunities for coastal aquatic habitats in the Mass Bays Region (Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries) (2012) ($20,000)
- Environmental impacts of docks and piers on salt marsh vegetation across Massachusetts estuaries (Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries) (2014) ($15,500)
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