Cohasset 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. 

Outdoor Science After School

Active, hands-on research experiences that includes STEM projects, outdoor leadership training, and authentic, place-based, entrepreneurial challenges.

Jr. Research Program 

Responding to opportunities and questions that arise in our local world, this is an active outdoor exploration of local climate change and resilience in terms of salt-marshes, barrier beach vegetation, clams, eelgrass and seaweed communities, for students in 6th, 7th or 8th grade with Susan Bryant. 

Please join us on Zoom for a new lecture on

Emerging contaminants in water and wildlife: facts, fictions, and unknowns with University of Rhode Island environmental chemist Anna Robuck – June 25th, 5:30 EST

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State of the Harbor 2020

Click here to watch the 2020 State of the Harbor Zoom Presentation

Students from the Center for Student Coastal Research will be presenting their research on Water Quality, Eelgrass, Shellfish, Harbor Currents, Marine Debris, Beach Bacteria and Erosion. Come learn and ask questions.

Community Members: please share your concerns and research questions with us.  We are grateful for your support:  those who are helping us develop a new website,  helping us with big picture thinking, funding our research, knocking off administrative tasks, serving on our Board, sponsoring our students, providing us with equipment, giving us new ideas, and sending us our wonderful students.  


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