The International SeaKeepers Society supports marine science and conservation through direct involvement with the yachting community and local community. Volunteer with SeaKeepers to participate with events, scientific expeditions, education outreach, awareness through art and much more!
Download the volunteer brochure to fill out the form on the last page. Once finished, please click the button below and send email to [email protected].
From plankton to whales, animals across ocean ecosystems have been contaminated by plastic. Plastic has been found in 100% of sea turtle species, 59% of sea birds like albatross and pelicans, and more than 25% of fish sampled from seafood markets around the world. Ocean trash affects the health of wildlife, people and local economies. Trash in the water and on the shore can be mistaken as food by wildlife or entangle animals with lethal consequences. Plastic also attracts and concentrates other pollutants from surrounding seawater, posing a contamination risk to those species that then eat it. Marine debris isn’t an ocean problem—it’s a people problem. That means people are the solution.
Be part of the wave of change, join us at our next beach cleanup on February 2nd, 2020. Need community service hours or service learning hours? We offer community service hours and service learning hours to students. You can RSVP by clicking the link below.