Safe Harbor does three types of projects: Professional Environmental Consulting: Volunteer; and Advocacy.

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Belle Vue, HAITI - advocacy

In response to the earthquake and hurricane effecting parts of Haiti people began dying of cholera. Safe Harbor used innovative nano technology water filtration systems to deliver safe drinking water to Belle Vue, Haiti. This was facilitated by community donation programs coordinated by Safe Harbor.  Learn More →

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BaLLSTON BEACH, CaPE COD - VOLUNTEER

During a volunteer project, to restore an over washed sand dune. Using volunteers, Safe Harbor developed our innovative biomimicry sand collection system which uses ocean storm energy to restore dunes.

Wellfleet, Cape CoD - ReSIDENTIAL cONSULTING

Exploring ways to integrate native vegetation with residential structure.  Most residential projects from concept through permitting to completion will take several years. Project management requires careful compliance, with conservation commission guidelines.

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HERRING RIVER RESTORATION - VOLUNTEER & ADVOCACY

In 1910, a 2,000 acre coastal estuary and river system was diked over. This resulted in significant degradation of habitat value and water quality. After 100 years, a careful restoration plan has finally begun. Safe Harbor Environmental Director, Gordon Peabody was chair of the intergovernmental committee tasked with reviewing all existing research and creating a restoration plan. Safe Harbor workers contributed to this restoration efforts. Learn More →

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TOWN OF TRURO, CAPE COD - EMERGENCY CONSULTING

Mega-Storm over wash sends ocean waters a mile into Pamet River Valley. Municipality responds, working with local state and federal agencies to restore the protective barrier dune. Safe Harbor coordinated the endangered species permitting and the field work associated with the emergency restoration effort.

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PROVINCETOWN, CAPE COD - COMMERCIAL CONSULTING

Local Restaurant destroyed by storm waves when ineffectual protective pilings failed to work. Safe Harbor replaced these pilings with an innovative system that effectively managed storm wave energy. The restaurant has had no further damage, in 15 years.