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Marine Conservation Network

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Marineconservationnet.org
(805) 699-0215
Compliance Officer and CFO: Charles Ray

Mission

To CLOSE that communication gap between the scientists, conservationists, and the public by networking, education and advocacy programs. 

Begin to Build a Relationship

We know you care about where your money goes and how it is used. Connect with this organization’s leadership in order to begin to build this important relationship. Your email will be sent directly to this organization’s director of development and/or Executive Director.

It is a pleasure to be connected to Marine Conservation Network. Kimberly first reached out to The Marine Diaries on Facebook, and wanted to collaborate. I was excited to be asked to do a video interview and it was actually one of the first video interviews I had done. Since then I have been featured in webinars (including one with MCN), conferences, live discussions on social media, and spoken to schools and at in-person events. The first chat with MCN definitely helped me on this journey and I can’t thank Kimberly enough. Her work is so important and vital for our oceans.

Inspiring Our Youth to Save Our Waters

Join in the effort to save ocean ecosystems in peril. The Marine Conservation Network is building a movement for change through outreach and education, marine animal rescue efforts, and ocean monitoring. The Marine Conservation Network is bridging scientific knowledge and public perception. 

Their rigorous Youth Ambassador program is inspiring the next generation of marine scientists around the world, helping them learn, get their diving licenses, and earn scholarships for school.The Conservation Network needs $500,000 and donations of scuba equipment, educational materials, and vehicles to continue their work and get the message out that we must find a better way before our ocean ecosystems and the communities that rely on them are lost.

Key Supporters

NOAA
WFCRC
Ocean Futures
Friend of the Sea
IMAREST
El Porto Shark
Shark Bitten
Tikkun Ha Yam
Jean-Michel Cousteau
Julie Packard
Matt Bille
Victor Ferguson
Mario Passoni
Rebecca Daniel
Rabbi Ed Rosenthal
Boris Davidov