Join us for a festival that celebrates one of nature’s great wonders – the spring shorebird migration and spawning of the horseshoe crabs. Grab a front-row seat for this spectacle, and enjoy a variety of interactive education and conservation-based activities.
We’ve chosen a wonderful array of native plants perfect for transforming your yard into a haven for birds, butterflies, and pollinators. Don’t miss out – order by May 7 for the best selection.
Our symbolic animal adoption programs are an ideal way to show your support for our coastal environment and all the creatures who depend on it. Donations are used to fund our critical research and conservation work at the Institute.
This is an ideal way to get children engaged in nature. They’ll learn about the wonders of the world around them in the best way possible: by getting out in it! It’s a week of fun, hands-on discovery and exploration that will stay with them for a lifetime.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Philadelphia District announced the launch of the Seven Mile Island Living Laboratory, an initiative designed to advance and improve dredging and marsh restoration techniques in coastal New Jersey through innovative research, collaboration, knowledge sharing, and practical application. This project combines the expertise of the Army Corps, The Wetlands Institute, The Nature Conservancy and other partners.
Your Support Matters
When you support us with a gift, you become a part of the crucial work being done at The Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor, NJ. Your gift – no matter the size – will help us to continue to work to safeguard the well-being of our fragile ecosystems, and reconnect people to the wonders of the natural world.
Join our Member Community!
Our members are the foundation of The Wetlands Institute and make it possible for us to continue contributing leading-edge advances in the environmental arena. When you purchase a Membership to The Wetlands Institute, you not only support our mission but you also allow us to advance our impactful research, conservation and education work.
Annual memberships start at $25 and provide free admission to the Institute, a 10% discount at our Tidepool Shop, and discounted rates on most special events and programs.