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Environment and Tourism

By Rodrigo Celis Garcia, Biologist, Costa Canuva Nayarit is one of the 8 states that are part of the Bio-cultural Corridor of the Central West of Mexico, this denomination makes it essential to promote and maintain connectivity between the different…

My Climate Story: A Wave of Youth Leadership

By Frances Lang, Ocean Connectors Executive Director I’ve been deeply passionate about the environment for as long as I can remember. As a child, I didn’t know what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I always knew…

Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Looking for the perfect earth-friendly gifts for your loved ones this holiday season? Look no further—these eco-friendly and environmentally-conscious gift ideas will cover everyone on your shopping list while supporting our conservation partners and helping advance the Ocean Connectors mission…

Looking Beneath the Surface with Ralph Pace

As much as we bring Ocean Connectors students into direct contact with the ocean and marine life, sometimes it takes a talented photographer to convince kids what really lives beneath the surface in their own backyard, the Pacific Ocean. For…

Celebrate World Water Day!

March 22nd is World Water Day!!! Today is a day to celebrate water! Water covers more than 70% of the Earth and yet only 2.5% of this is in available freshwater. Water is essential for life. It supports our health,…

What’s Happening Today with Turtles?

All five species of sea turtles that live in U.S. waters are listed as threatened or endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, and a changing climate is making things even more challenging for sea turtles. Sea turtle sex is…

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