Great Marsh Resiliency Partnership Recieves NFWF Grant
The Great Marsh Resiliency Partnership has been awarded a $1.2 million grant through National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s (NFWF) $29.8 million 2018 National Coastal Resilience Fund to restore the Great Marsh in northeastern Massachusetts. This is the second time the Great Marsh Resiliency Paternship has received significant funding from NFWF. The Great Marsh Resiliency Parternship is led by the National Wildlife Federation and consists of numerous partners including the Novak Lab at Boston University. As part of this grant, the Novak Lab will be restoring 1 acre of eelgrass to Plum Island Sound.