Making Waves in Colorado 2013—Colorado Ocean Coalition Fundraiser

The Colorado Ocean Coalition [Creating an Inland Ocean Movement] sponsors the Making Waves in Colorado Event. This event promises to be educational as well as entertaining. On top of all that, the even supports a great organization. Join us here in Colorado for Making Waves 2013!

Making Waves in Colorado Event Banner

Making Waves in Colorado

Sept 20-22, 2013
Boulder Colorado
University of Colorado at Boulder

Keynote speaker

Fabien Cousteau

Join this weekend-long event to hear from cutting-edge researchers, world-renowned speakers, award-winning filmmakers and ocean advocates from across the country. We encourage you to get involved in the grassroots conversation that is calling for national action.  Making Waves 2013 is brought to you by the Colorado Ocean Coalition and the Colorado Scuba Retailer’s Association.

Check out the event’s video below:

Schedule of Events Includes:

Making WAVES Blue Drinks – Friday, September 20

Ocean Symposium – Saturday, September 21

Mermaid Masquerade Ball – Saturday, September 21

Mile-High Blue Exposition – September 21 – September 22

Ocean Film Festival – Sunday, September 22

Go to the Colorado Ocean Coalition Website to reserve your spot for Making Waves 2013!

Making Waves Event


From the Colorado Ocean Coalition’s Mission Statement:

The mission of the Colorado Ocean Coalition is to create, unite and empower a Colorado coalition with shared values, goals and actions to promote healthy oceans through education and community engagement.

Until now, there has never been a unified voice for ocean protection in the Mountain States. The Colorado Ocean Coalition believes that you don’t have to be near the ocean to care about it. Our complex global economy and the interconnectedness of ecological systems mean that the actions we take in the mountains impact the health of the sea. These actions include eating seafood, using plastics, driving cars and sharing environmental ethics with our family and friends. We live on an ocean planet and the choices we make in the middle of the country have direct ties to the seas.


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