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  • Save the Summer

    Help #SavetheHarbor to #SavetheSummer!As you know, the Administration recently announced serious cuts to the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s budget for this summer that affect seasonal staff, algae removal, and free beach events and programs this summer. While these cuts are critical, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay is dedicated to making the Summer of 2017 the best yet -- but we need you...

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

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  • Save the Summer Sign-On Letter

                                                                                                                              February 9, 2017 Dear Friends,As you may know, the Baker Administration recently announced deep cuts to the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s budget for this summer, which we believe put the extraordinary gains we have made on the region's public beaches in rece...

  • Good to be Home!

    Max gearing up for the rope course at Camp Harbor ViewHello everybody! For those that do not already know me, my name is Maxwilliams Iwuala and I am a senior Biology major attending Stonehill College. I have worked with Save the Harbor Save the Bay's summer programming in previous years, but have recently made a return to the company working as a project assistant (?) aiding in the review of their...

  • Hello from Claire!

    Hi everyone! My name is Claire and I am a new Environmental Policy Intern here at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. I am currently in my senior year at Boston University, where I am getting my degree in Environmental Analysis and Policy. Coming from suburban New Jersey to Boston has been an awesome change, even though there aren't as many trees for me to hug in the city. Growing up around farms and pa...

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

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  • A 'Simply Marble-ous' Winner!

    Raquel Cunha of Dorchester wins the “Simply Marble-ous” Treasure Hunt!In November, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay selected the JetBlue ticket winner in our “Simply Marble-ous” Treasure Hunt, Raquel Cunha of Dorchester!! She found her blue marble on Spectacle Island and throughly enjoyed the day's activities. On top of the marble treasure hunt, Raquel loved hearing stories by Nora Dooley, also known ...

  • A Warm (Cold rather) Welcome from Spectacle Island

    Map of TrailsHi everyone!Shivering was my first reaction to docking at Spectacle Island on Saturday, October 29, 2016. What really shocked me was how green the entire island appeared to be! I have never seen that much green grass throughout the summer, considering how hot and dry it was. It was a regular, cold Boston day around 50 degrees in the city and 40 on the island with a little drizzle in t...

  • The view from here

    Khar, Preston, and IThe last time I was here it was a bright summer day where I was comfortably in my flip flops waiting to jump right into the water. Last time I could remember it was about 90 degrees and nothing felt better than being in my blue shirt and my comfortable shorts. All I did was complain about the heat now it's October and it's freezing! Oh man how I wish it was that warm again. It ...

  • Back at Spectacle Island

    Hi everyone!My first day back at Spectacle Island since the summer was filled with excitement, new discoveries, and fun. I learned many new things and met new and interesting people while also enjoying some perks of the island I have never gotten to experience. Spectacle Island has always been very enjoyable, and Saturday was not any different.The day started with our staff meeting up at the World...

  • Fall day on Spectacle Island

    Last time I was on Spectacle Island it was in August and its was a hot beautiful day, I remember looking for shade to stay cool due to the heat. Last week was my first time at Spectacle since the summer and it was really cold. It felt like winter and Spectacle is surrounded by water, which made it even colder. The cold did not stop us from having fun. We got on the boat around 9:30 and we had a lo...

  • Back to Spectacle Island

    Hey everyone,                                                                                             It’s Edward- it has been a while since I have written a blog post about our wonderful staff events with Save the Harbor Save the Bay. Today on October 29th, 2016 staff members, including me, were invited back for an event with Save the Harbor Save the Bay. We were all invited for a trip back t...

  • Fall Cruise

    The last time I took a trip out to Spectacle island was in the summer with All Access. But going on the cruise this weekend it had a different feel to it. As always I had an amazing seeing the familiar faces at Save the Harbor. But seeing all of the families that came out to the island is probably what made my day the most. Although it was a chilly day, the amount of people that came out for a day...

  • Fun in the Fall!

    Hey Everyone,                Its been awhile since I’ve written a blog which feels kind of weird but I missed it. Yesterday was overwhelming because I didn’t know who was going to work or what I was going to do. Well I was waiting in front of the Dunkin’ Donuts in the cold weather then when I saw all of the Save the Harbor, Save the Bay crew members which brought back so many memories of enjoying ...

  • Spectacle Island In October!

    Hi everyone! It's Rusenny! It's been so many weeks since my very last blog post on the last day of summer, and making this one brings back so many of the wonderful memories that I made this summer! Yesterday, October 29th, I got the chance to visit Spectacle island after weeks of saying goodbye. I was really surprised at how many people began to show up with their kids all bundled up, not letting ...

  • All Aboard for Spectacle Island!

    On Saturday, October 29th, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will host a free "Treasures of Spectacle Island" cruise to enjoy a fall day on DCR's Spectacle Island in the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. Join us to hunt for sea glass and artifacts on Treasure Beach, hike the North Drumlin for a view of the city and the harbor, and learn about the fascinating history of this unique is...

  • Introductions!

    Tickled pink about another beautiful day onthe fish pierHi everyone! My name is Melissa, and I am very excited to be one of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s new environmental policy interns. I graduated this May from Clark University, where I studied Environmental Science and Policy and clarinet performance. When I wasn’t studying Brahms and Beethoven, I was coming to understand the close but compli...

  • Keeping a close eye on Matthew.

    Thanks to our friend Richard Honan of Winthrop for sending us this useful list of hurricane tracking sites.With Hurricane Matthew currently barreling across the Caribbean and threatening Florida and the U.S. East Coast, he reached out to Fred Pickhardt, a Tampa, Florida-based professional ship weather router, to ask him what were some of his go-to websites and resources for tracking hurricanes ...

  • New intern- Alicia Zhao

    Hi everyone!Alicia at the fish pierMy name is Alicia Zhao and I’m one of the new Environmental Policy interns. Originally from the Bay Area in California, I moved to Newton during my junior year of high school, then attended Cornell University in upstate New York. After graduating with a degree in Environmental Biology, I jetted off to Japan for an English teaching job, and two amazing years later...

  • Kicking off the Fall

    View of Boston: Camp Harbor View Fishing Club TripHello again, friends of Save the Harbor!Smiling on our return home to BostonIt is truly exciting to be back at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. For the last weeks of August, I had the opportunity to rejoin our staff at sites in Boston and on our stunning Harbor Islands. The most memorable adventure of my summer was going on my first fishing trip with ...

  • New Intern: Trevor Etheridge

    Hi everyone! My name is Trevor Etheridge and I am a new Environmental Policy and Communications intern at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. As a recent graduate of Boston University’s Marine Science program, the Boston Harbor and surrounding beaches will always hold a special place in my heart. Though my first love will always be the rock strewn tidal beaches of Maine where I spent my summers as a kid...

  • Vertex Employees Keep Local Beaches Clean With Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

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  • Harpoon Shamrock Splash 2017!

    What better way to kick off another year of protecting, restoring, and sharing Boston Harbor than a splash into the water at the nation's cleanest urban beach and some cold Harpoon beers? We are delighted to announce that the Harpoon Shamrock Splash to benefit Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will be held on Sunday, March 5th at the BCYF Curley Community Center in South Boston!Last year, the Harpoon S...

  • New Intern- Kara Fadden

    Hey everyone, my name is Kara Fadden and I am an Environmental Policy Intern at Save the Harbor/ Save the Bay! I’m currently a senior at Boston University, and am majoring in Ecology and Conservation Biology. I spent my fall in Ecuador focusing on field work in tropical ecology, and can’t wait to get involved here this semester. From before I could even remember I knew I wanted to do something tha...

  • Save the Harbor - Year in Review

    Here are just a few of the many stories, about Save the Harbor/Save the Bay and our work to restore, protect and share Boston Harbor, the harbor islands, and our region’s great public beaches, which you can find in the community newspapers and regional media or on our blog Sea, Sand & Sky at www.blog.savetheharbor.orgYou can find out more at www.savetheharbor.orgJoin us on Facebook at www.facebook...

  • Hi from Kelly - Intern Extraordinaire

    Kelly fueling her seaweed obsession on Cape CodHi everyone! My name is Kelly Tobin and I'm the new Environmental Policy intern here at Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. I am a senior at Boston University and originally from Connecticut, so I have always loved New England's beaches and all of the unique life here. I study Marine Science, which has been a lifelong passion for me, starting with the rocky...

  • Sea, Seals & Sky

    The difference between a good and bad seal photo: time and effortHave you ever made eye-contact with a seal?An early attemptOne beautiful fall morning, I spotted a dog-like creature with big, curious eyes paddling around the fishing boats. In one slick arc, it dove quickly out of view, but I was sure: I had seen a seal in the wild, and I was overjoyed.I called Bruce Berman immediately. "One seal? ...

  • Same Harbor Same Love !!!

    Hello everyone my name is Mark Rose. I am 22 from Boston MA . I started working for Save The Harbor/Save The Bay as a junior program assistant for the youth summer program in 2010 . I've learned so much about the Boston Harbor and the history of it over the last 7 years . In 2015 I was honored as one of the Boston Harbor Hero's which was really special for me I was very proud that my hard work and...

  • Our Funders

    Thanks to all of our foundation funders, corporate sponsors, and the more than 1,000 individual donors who help make our work possible.$75,000+The Boston FoundationMassachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation$30,000 - $50,000Bay State Cruise CompanyCoca-Cola FoundationDistrigas/ENGIEJetBlue$15,000 - $25,000Blue Cross Blue Shield of MassachusettsBlue Hills Bank Charitable FoundationThe C...

  • Sharing the Harbor Like Never Before: A Letter from Our President

    I would like to thank you for helping Save the Harbor “share the harbor” like never before.With your support, this year our free Youth Environmental Education Programs connected 30,375 youth and teens from 42 communities to Boston Harbor and the Boston Harbor Islands State and National Park.We would love your support again this year. Your contribution of $25, $50, $100 or whatever you can afford t...

  • The View From the Top of the Mountain

    Hey guys, it feels good to be back. Ever since the school year started, I've been waking up around 11 am or 12 pm on Saturdays, therefore it was kind of hard to wake up at 7 to be at the World Trade Centre at 9. The last time I went to Spectacle Island was in August, it was really hot and now that it is October it got really cold. I remember that I used to stay in one place in order to stay cool, ...

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

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  • Free Fall Cruise to Spectacle Island on October 1st!

    On Saturday, October 1st, Save the Harbor/Save the Bay will host the first of two free "Treasures of Spectacle Island" cruises this fall, to enjoy a day on DCR's Spectacle Island in the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. Join us to hunt for sea glass and artifacts on Treasure Beach, hike the North Drumlin for a view of the city and the harbor, and learn about the fascinating history of...

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