Ocean Organization Spotlight
The objective of the GTCP is to protect Gnaraloo’s turtle rookeries by gathering baseline data on the nesting beaches.
Last semester at Coastal Carolina University, Professor James Borton taught undergraduate marine science students the value of story in science writing.
The Northeast Maritime Institute developed a new program to simultaneously provide students with nautical skills training and advanced college level courses.
The Rozalia Project aims to redirect conversations about marine debris from the open ocean to our shores, where the problem is equally (if not more) pressing.
Deep Green Wilderness provides a variety of trips for adults and teens that combine marine exploration, research, and conservation with classic sail training.
A new NPO is devoted to species conservation, ocean sustainability, as well as supporting citizen science projects and documentary films involving the ocean.
Rendezvous Dive Adventures provides guests with some of the best diving Vancouver Island has to offer and supports programs that help keep the area healthy.
Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, a place for environmental education and conservation, is home to an impressive Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Facility.