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Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, give the gift of clean water!

If you make a donation online at Giving Common on Tuesday, November 28, your credit card fees will be waived! This means you will be giving your full donation to Salem Sound Coastwatch.

Any other day, make a gift here.
Be a Leader to a Healthier Sea and Shore!
Thank you.

Why I Love the Ocean

The Power of Salt Marshes: Barbara Warren shares the importance of salt marshes on Chronicle's show on Salt (WCVB Channel 5).
(video 2.43 minutes)

Story Maps illustrating Work YOU Support.

Acidic Waters: citizen science monitoring program of coastal flats.

Drain SmART: artists helping to spread the word on stormwater pollution across Salem.

Collins Cove Living Shoreline Project: working with the City of Salem. Includes historical maps of the area and information on living shorelines.

Marine Science High School Internship
"Talking Trash for Clean Oceans"

Trash in the ocean, or marine debris, is one of the most alarming environmental issues we face today. If you are a high school student who cares about this problem, apply now to be part of this paid afterschool program. Every year, high school students join us to investigate this issue, immerse themselves in the surrounding scientific community and then implement REAL change in their communities.
Program Flyer and Application Form
More at our Talking Trash for Clean Oceans webpage.

Talking Trash for Clean Oceans Teens in Action

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