Two Exciting Updates

 

Two Exciting Updates

 

Hello Oceans Lovers, we have two very special updates for you here today:

Firstly: Oceans Project Georgia has now begun it’s 60 day fundraising campaign, aiming to raise £500,000 to cover absolutely everything from our short film, educational workbook, celebrity ocean lovers book, brand new premises and a film academy for our project, Earthwatch expeditions to 9 different countries for 60 people, an outreach programme to work with street children, and lots more.  Please, please, please can you share this link with absolutely everyone you now.  We have some brilliant rewards for anyone who invests in us, including some film premieres, Royal Geographical Society membership, a signed copy of the BBC Oceans Book, copies of our books, your name on a film credit, and we will even feature your name on our world record breaking ocean row! Not bad for just a £10 investment!  http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/investment/oceans-project-georgia-647

Please like our facebook page too and help us to spread the word about Oceans Project, we really will be happy bunnies, and well, we will just love you forever. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Oceans-Project-Georgia/233653316691866?bookmark_t=page

Secondly: for those of you who are Earthwatch fans, and are going to be in London, you should definitely check out this fascinating talk:

“Protected Areas: Do they improve outcomes for key species ?

Earthwatch annual lecture – Thursday 15th March 2012 at the Royal Geographical Society  – 6.00pm for 7.00pm start.

Another Earthwatch gathering. Always fun. Always informative. And free.

We are planning to fill the Ondaatje Theatre (750) at the RGS on Thursday 15th March. Please do join us.

1.      Please do come and join us to hear two of our top US scientists give their story  – Dr John Cigliano speaking about our species based work on the Belize Barrier Reef and Luke Dollar on our carnivore based work in the forests of Madagascar.  Both good examples of Earthwatch’s citizen science expeditionshttp://www.earthwatch.org/europe/expeditions/

2.      Just let Rosey know you are coming rfergusson@earthwatch.org.uk or book your free ticket through this link Earthwatch Lecture – 15 March

3.      If you can’t come – please do send this invite to those who you know might enjoy an Earthwatch lecture event at RGS. Always a fun evening and always meeting up with kindred spirits.”

Keep loving your oceans, and we will be back a blogging you soon xxxx

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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One Response to Two Exciting Updates

  1. arrancat says:

    Reblogged this on Miss Sarah's Geography Blog and commented:

    check this out…..

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