Restore America's Estuaries Updated:03/2022

Mission:
Restore America’s Estuaries is dedicated to the protection and restoration of bays and estuaries as essential resources for our nation.

Founded in 1995, Restore America’s Estuaries is a national alliance of 10 coastal conservation groups dedicated to restoring and preserving America’s estuaries and coasts. Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE) is a powerful voice for coastal habitat restoration in the nation’s capital.

RAE member organizations restore coastal habitats in 11 estuaries and 16 states nationwide. Stretching from Maine to California, we have unmatched national reach and effectiveness; our local projects restore coastal wetlands, open fish passages, remove invasive species, build living shorelines, transplant seagrasses, replant salt marshes, and restore shellfish habitat.


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2300 Clarendon Blvd.
Suite 603
Arlington, VA  22201
Phone: 703-524-0248


Service Area

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