Who We Are
What We Do
Among the proudest eleme
nts of our work at Marine Conservation Institute is strengthening marine conservation through partnerships.
Our conservation partnership with
Holland America Line
takes a variety of forms. We worked to
revamp their seafood sourcing
, so that 800,000 guests eat only sustainably-sourced fish and shellfish. We partnered to produce the
Our Marvelous Oceans
to educate and inform their guests. And Holland America Line helps support the newest generation of marine scientists through the
Mia J. Tegner Memorial Research Grants in Marine Environmental History and Historical Marine Ecology
. 2012 winners were announced on World Oceans Day:
Canan Çakırlar, "Pre-historic exploitation of the eastern Mediterranean seascape."
Jock Currie, "Reconstructing baselines prior to industrial fishing in South Africa"
Luis A. Huckstadt, "Is a century of human intervention enough to change the ecology of an Antarctic marine top predator: the Weddell seal?"
Alexis M. Jackson, "Molecular approaches to monitor population and Marine Protected Areas on commercial species lacking baseline data."
On July 28th, Marine Conservation Institute and Holland America Line will celebrate our partnership
elegant luncheon and program on Deep Sea Corals
, on the
There is still time to join us!
RSVP online before July 23rd for
Deep Sea Corals: The West Coast's Forgotten Treasures
call 425.274.1180 or
for more information!
This event is hosted by
Marine Conservation Institute
and funded through the generous support of
Holland America Line.
Marine Conservation Institute is a tax-exempt charitable organization under the Internal Revenue Code. All donations and corporate contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. We welcome your support.