Help us rebuild and research.
Hurricane Matthew’s impact on the GTM Research Reserve is still being fully assessed but we know we will need to rebuild several of our boardwalks, trails, and structures. The GTM staff is working hard to return the Reserve to normal as soon as possible but Hurricane Matthew may have changed the face of “normal” forever. Our shorelines are changed, our beaches and dunes are changed. Our ecocsystems are changed. What else has changed? What can we learn from Hurricane Matthew?
The GTM Research Reserve exists to conserve natural biodiversity and cultural resources through research and monitoring that guides science-based stewardship and education. It is our responsibility to learn all we can from this devastating storm. We have an opportunity, but the window of opportunity is limited. Our researchers and visiting investigators are eager to start compiling data that will guide future decisions about our shorelines, dunes, and coastal areas. Before they can get out there, we need to rebuild and to do that we need your help.
Click HERE to pledge your support. To learn more about how your contribution will benefit the GTM Research Reserve, email firstname.lastname@example.org.