Boston, MA – The Stone Living Lab is a new initiative which will engage researchers, students, and our communities in testing innovative, adaptive, and equitable nature-based approaches to climate adaptation, coastal resilience, and ecological restoration in a variety of coastal locations in and around Boston Harbor. The Lab is a partnership of the City of Boston, UMass Boston School for the Environment, Boston Harbor Now, the National Parks of Boston and the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation. Woods Hole Group’s, Kirk Bosma – Vice President, Innovation & Senior Coastal Engineer – serves on the Stone Living Lab Steering Committee and will be actively involved in developing the initiative.
For those of you with whom we have already connected, we thank you for your engagement so far. For those of you with whom we have not yet met, we look forward to sharing additional details in the weeks ahead.
On behalf of the Stone Living Lab Team, I’m pleased to share that the Stone Living Lab has officially launched, with our landing page and social media (available via the links on the bottom of our landing page) now live. We hope you will take a few minutes to visit the landing page to read more about the Lab’s work and sign up to receive announcements.
We welcome you to share the landing page, official announcement, and any of the social media posts with your networks.