The Boston Harbor Ecosystem Network (formerly Boston Harbor Habitat Coalition) is comprised of individuals and organizations with interest in protecting, restoring, and educating the public about estuarine resources within the MassBays Metro Boston region. It was formed during the creation of the Boston Harbor Habitat Atlas in 2011, and continues to convene to discuss topics of mutual interest to participants.
The BHEN meets twice a year to learn about and discuss Network and other related projects, to network with others, and to learn from experts and practitioners about best practices in estuary health and management. To subscribe to the BHEN e-newsletter, click here. You can also join the BHEN discussion listserv, and/or follow it on Facebook.
MEETING AGENDAS AND MINUTES
The next meeting is Thursday, November 2nd from 1:00-4:00pm, and will be held at Suffolk University (Trustees Conference Room, 73 Tremont Street, 12th Floor, Boston). A draft agenda will be posted before the event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
May 11, 2017
- Ed Reiner, US EPA – Opportunities and constraints for mitigating environmental impacts from the I-95 abandoned highway embankment fill at Rumney Marsh in Revere and Saugus, Massachusetts
- Brad Chase, MA Division of Marine Fisheries – Diadromous fish restoration in the Metro Boston region
- Axum Teferra, Metropolitan Area Planning Council and Alex Train, City of Chelsea – Climate preparedness planning in Metro Boston: Advancing local and regional solutions
November 10, 2016
May 10, 2016
November 30, 2015