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Boston Harbor Association, Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   2 reviews 323


374 Congress St Ste 307 Boston MA 02210 USA


TBHA advocates for greater public access and open space along Boston Harbor, promotes the Port of Boston''s economy, educates urban youths about Boston Harbor and related career opportunities through our Harbor Bound program, encourages affordable public water transportation throughout the Harbor, monitors water quality improvements, and works for the restoration of Boston Harbor Beaches.


The Harbor Bound education program, done in conjunction with the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, introduces inner city high school students to environmental and water quality issues in Boston Harbor as well as related employment opportunities. This innovative, free program allows hundreds of high school students each year to learn first-hand about Boston Harbor from Harbor professionals.Free public cruises of Boston Harbor provide thousands of participants each year with an exclusive view of the Harbor. Speakers discuss water quality issues, highlight harbor islands, and provide the most up-to-date information about Boston's waterfront.As part of a public-private partnership, The Boston Harbor Association (TBHA)'s Boston Harbor Marine Cleanup Project improves Boston Harbor by removing floatable marine debris, which can be navigational hazards as well as health hazards to both swimmers and marine life.

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Rating: 5 stars  

The Boston Harbor edge has been transformed from a place nobody would think of visiting to an exciting harbor walk visited by Bostonians and many from around the world. The major credit for this transformation and the driving force is their leader, VIVIAN LEE. Along with her drive to get abutters to provide rest rooms and share part of their waterfront, she has programs to enlighten the public about its history and heritage. These are accomplished by walking tours meetings and harbor boat trips. Thank you Vivian! Martin and Sallie Katz

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Rating: 5 stars  

Great job of keeping the areas clean and safe, leaders were out surveying the area even when Hurricane Sandy was in full swing. Hats off to all the people who make this a great organization!

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