Although Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary is entirely offshore and tough to experience first hand, its value to the larger California Current ecosystem and connecting national marine sanctuaries is large and help can come from afar. You can keep in touch and get involved with the sanctuary with the opportunities listed below.
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Join the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary email list! Sign up to get updates on sanctuary events.
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Keep up with Sanctuary Advisory Council newsInterested constituents and citizens may receive periodic updates concerning activities of the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council via email. To do so, please send an email to Lilli.Ferguson@noaa.gov and indicate in your message that you would like to receive Sanctuary Advisory Council activity updates.
Updates will sent out approximately 4-6 times per year and will include announcements about public sanctuary advisory council meetings, notices regarding applications for appointment to sanctuary advisory council seats, and public special events involving the advisory council.
How can you help protect the ocean?Find out how you can help protect Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary and the ocean.
Cordell Marine Sanctuary Foundation was founded to support activities that help protect Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization,
was created to assist the federally managed Office of National Marine Sanctuaries with education and
outreach programs designed to preserve, protect and promote meaningful opportunities for public
interaction with the nation's marine sanctuaries.