Every year the Boyd Lyon Sea Turtle Fund hosts a scholarship for a marine biology student whose research is focused on sea turtles. This year’s winner is Alexandra Fireman!
REV Ocean will provide a unique opportunity for researchers on board the 2021 maiden voyage with the support of The Ocean Foundation’s regional grant making efforts to connect donors with local science and conservation projects.
While the concept of the Blue Economy continues to change and adapt, economic development in the ocean and coastal communities can be designed to serve as a basis for sustainable development around the world.
We are all connected by the ocean. We depend on it for food, recreation and many livelihoods.
The Ocean Foundation and The Boyd Lyon Sea Turtle Fund seek applicants for the Boyd N. Lyon Scholarship, for the year 2021. This Scholarship was created in honor of the …
Dr. Andrew E. Derocher, of the University of Alberta, is a grantee of TOF’s Polar Seas Initiative which is supported by individual donors and corporate partners such as que Bottle. We caught …
The Colorful Blur of October Part 2: A Gem of an Island by Mark J. Spalding Next, I traveled to Block Island, Rhode Island, which is located about 13 nautical miles …
Our Initiative supports the reengineering of chemistry towards Safe, Simple and Standardized plastic. Click here to learn about the plastic pollution problem.
We at The Ocean Foundation have a long-standing relationship with the municipality of Loreto in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
Seagrasses are flowering plants that grow in shallow waters along the coasts of every continent except Antarctica. Seagrasses provide critical ecosystem services and are a reliable source for carbon sequestration.
Blue carbon is the carbon dioxide captured by the world’s ocean and coastal ecosystems, stored in the form of biomass and sediments from mangroves, tidal marshes and seagrass meadows.
The health of the Sargasso Sea provides a foundation for economic activities outside of the area. Species of economic interest, such as eel, billfish, whales and turtles rely on the Sargasso Sea.