Boston Harbor Association

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

212 Northern Avenue, Suite 304 West, Boston, MA 02210


(617) 451-2860


(617) 451-0496


Save the Harbor/Save the Bay’s mission is to restore and protect the harbor and the bay, and to reconnect Bostonians from every neighborhood, regional residents and visitors alike, so that we can all enjoy the benefits of the enormous public and private investment in our revitalized harbor and waterfront.


Boston Fish Pier
212 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter and resume to . Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Key Programs Offered: 


  • All Access Boston Harbor - Area groups learn about the marine environment and maritime history during these day trips to Georges Island and Spectacle Island.

  • Boston Harbor Explorers - A daily hands-on environmental education program in partnership with Boston’s youth sailing centers.

  • Marine Mammal Safaris - Our annual cruises launch the summer season, providing the unique opportunity to spot harbor seals and porpoises.

  • Our funding partners - Youth programs are made possible by these generous sponsors.


Boston Harbor Association - The Harbor Walk

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

The Boston Harbor Association
374 Congress Street, Suite 307
Boston, MA 02210


(617) 482-1722


The Boston Harbor Association (TBHA) is the leading harbor advocacy group working to promote a clean, alive, and accessible Boston Harbor. Founded in 1973 by the League of Women Voters and the Boston Shipping Association, TBHA prides itself in its creative and innovative programs to help educate the public and build a consensus for a clean and alive Harbor. The Boston Harbor Association is making a difference today and for future generations with solutions and programs that promote maritime industrial activities, environmental protection, and public access around Boston Harbor.

Community Meeting Space Available: 


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