Avalon Harbor @ Santa Catalina Island by Jim Luttjohann.

AUGUST 2022 – News from Our Coasts

8/23/2022 - COASTAL NEWS FOR AUGUST Updates from US Harbors In September we celebrate International Coastal Clean Up Day on the 17th by participating in clean up events. All month gatherings will take place on beaches and in other coastal areas all over the world in order to collect debris and help… SEE MORE
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

NOAA: Protecting Georgia’s Coast with Oyster Reefs

8/5/2022 - By NOAA. Two projects assisting oyster reef habitat restoration that will protect Georgia’s saltwater marshes and coastline. With a depleting shoreline and rising sea levels, scientists in coastal Georgia have been looking to further protect their shorelines with the restoration of oyster reef habitats. Restoring oyster reef habitats has been… SEE MORE
https://www.noaa.gov/media-advisory/extreme-heat-resource-guide-for-reporters-and-media

NOAA Launches Heat.gov Website

7/26/2022 - By NOAA Yesterday, the National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) announced Heat.gov, a new website to provide the public and decision-makers with clear, timely and science-based information to understand and reduce the health risks of extreme heat. Heat.gov will provide a one-stop hub on heat and health for the nation… SEE MORE
Brownsville, WA. Submitted by Norman Monson.

July 2022 – News from Our Coasts

7/18/2022 - COASTAL NEWS FOR JULY Updates from US Harbors In August we honor the dedication and courage of the United States Coast Guard. The Coast Guard traces its founding to an act of Congress on August 4, 1790, which is why on this day we celebrate the courageous work of these service… SEE MORE
Badseed, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Be A Citizen Scientist

6/27/2022 - Volunteer opportunities Observe your world. Help the planet. Be a citizen scientist for NOAA. By NOAA. Help NOAA predict, observe and protect our changing planet by making your own contributions toward a greater understanding of our Earth and its diverse systems. Whether it’s helping count whales in Hawaii or reporting on… SEE MORE