The Monterey MPA Collaborative draws its diverse membership from the rich scientific, academic, nonprofit and agency community centered in Monterey County.
MPA Coloring Book: The Monterey MPA Collaborative has developed a bilingual coloring book featuring species likely to benefit from MPAs. They plan to print the coloring book and distribute it at events and other venues where consumptive and non- consumptive users enter the MPA areas.
MPA Outreach Toolkits: With coordination from the California Marine Sanctuary Foundation, the Monterey MPA Collaborative is developing MPA Outreach Toolkits which will feature update area brochures and laminated maps.
MPA Ambassador Program: Members have worked to incorporate marine protected area outreach and provide continued support to the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary’s Bay Net and Team OCEAN Volunteer Programs, and helped create a State Parks PORTS Program highlighting Point Lobos MPAs.
MPA Outreach Assessment: The collaborative worked with CSU Monterey Bay students to engage and educate local dive shops on MPAs, surveying them on best approaches for education and establishing a baseline of knowledge regarding MPAs.
Monterey Event Calendars
Monterey MPA Collaborative Leadership Team
Monterey MPA Collaborative Co-ChairNatural Resource Interpreter, CA State Parks
Monterey MPA Collaborative Members
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American Cetacean Society – Monterey Bay Chapter
BLM – California Coastal National Monument
California Collaborative Fisheries Research Program
California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
California Marine Sanctuary Foundation
California State Parks
California State University Monterey Bay
Center for Ocean Solutions
Elkhorn Slough Foundation
Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve
Hopkins Marine Station
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Pacific Grove Museum of National History
Point Lobos Foundation
The Otter Project
This page was last updated on March 28, 2019