The Eight Towns and the Great Marsh Committee depends on the technological, financial and grassroots support of its local, state and national partners. The key to our success is in joining the desire of citizen volunteers to conserve our natural resources, with the capacity and expertise of learning institutions, nonprofit partners and state and federal agencies who share that common goal.

Click on any of the logos below to learn more about the work being done by our partnering organizations.

Massachusetts Bays National Estuary Program

The Environmental Protection Agency - National Estuary Program

NOAA - Habitat Conservation | Restoration Center

Massachusetts Audubon - Salt Marsh Science Project

The Great Marsh Coalition

The Gulf of Maine Institute (GOMI)

The Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and US Fish and Wildlife Service

The Friends of Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

Ducks Unlimited

The University of New Hampshire - Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

The Trustees of Reservations

The Essex County Greenbelt Association

The Parker River Clean Water Association

The Ipswich River Watershed Association

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation - Highway Division