Cohasset’s Center for Student Coastal Research (CSCR) inspires people of all ages to explore and engage in the scientific study of the local watershed and marine environment to launch the next generation of environmental stewards.


 
CSCR high-school student research project teams are currently meeting at CSCR from 3-5pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Sundays from 11-1 pm.  Our goals are to bring our summer research out to the world at the upcoming CSCR State of the Harbor Conference and other science conferences in the area.  New people are welcome to help too.
 
 
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great student opportunities for learning and leadership.
 
We invite all interested members of the community to our lectures -- the next one (see Events) on Marine Archeology, is February 22 at 7pm -- and to become involved in town discussions about plans for our harbor and its watershed, and to help out in mentoring students, sharing your expertise and more.  (See our "get involved" page.)
 
 
Here are some of the exciting developments we've been thinking about, planning, and envisioning
as we begin 2018 and move ahead to 2020.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
This video was shot on August 3rd by CSCR's eelgrass researchers. This is just a taste of the calm, peaceful environment that is in your own back yard -- Cohasset Harbor!  Join us for a summer tour and we'll take you on a magical journey of the eelgrass kingdom.  Contact susangbryant@yahoo.com.


 
 
 Students work on the Marine Debris project. 
 
  CSCR is now on Instagram! Follow us @cohassetcscr
 
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CSCR Students and Staff conduct oceanographic research aboard the R/V Auk, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary's research vessel.
 
  

  

     

 

Cohasset’s Center for Student Coastal Research (CSCR)

inspires people of all ages to explore and engage in the scientific study of the local watershed and marine environment to launch the next generation of environmental stewards.