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Stop the Destruction of Our Waterways & Help Takedown Roundup

Please join with us to inform your town or city about the harms of fertilizer pollution on Massachusetts’s waterways. Throughout Massachusetts, we are witnessing our bodies of water being polluted with nutrients causing the degradation of water quality and the destruction of wildlife. The goal of the Clean Water Project is to stop nitrogen and…

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Oskar’s Quest, Deep Adaptation with Jem Bendell

As climate change wreaks havoc on our wildlife and agriculture, what do you tell a 13 year-old boy about his future? Oskar didn’t need to be told. Answering his mum why he was crying, the 13 year-old said he wouldn’t be able to live like her, because society would collapse from climate change. Dumbfounded, his…

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In Defense of New England’s Deep-Sea Coral Reefs

Thomas A. Nies, Executive Director New England Fisheries Management Council 50 Water Street, Mill 2 Newburyport, MA  01950 May 26, 2017 Dear Mr. Nies, I am writing to the Council’s Habitat Committee to comment on the Draft Omnibus Deep-Sea Coral Amendment alternatives. In 2014 I attended the Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Management Council’s presentation by Dr Nizinski…

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Stop Funding Cuts to NOAA Ocean, Fish, and Weather Programs

Congress has been directed by the Administration to slash $1 billion out of NOAA’s ocean and weather programs. Join with us to speak out for oceans to maintain funding of our nation’s ocean programs that include exploration and fisheries research, weather and coping with shifting baselines. The Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce will prepare NOAA’s budget. …

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Wildlife Socks to Save the Loxahatchee

We’ve got wildlife socks to warm your feet when you join with us to save the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge from being shut down.  Socks for individuals who give $5 or more a month. Click here to donate through Paypal ($10 minimum or more a month). From top to bottom the fish are mackerel, blue-back herring, cod,…

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