Support Dos Mares

 

Help Dos Mares to continue spreading educational information about the marine protected areas, marine science and marine conservation in Central America through social networks.

 

If you donate $10 to Dos Mares, you will receive a unique Dos Mares t-shirt with the official Dos Mares logo printed in the front and the phrase "Embajadores del Mar" (Sea Ambassadors) printed in the back which is the name of a Facebook group recently formed by Dos Mares focused in the knowledge and conservation of the marine protected areas of Central America.

Your donation is used to support the expenses of Dos Mares social networks in Facebook and Twitter.

 

Please be sure to send us your name and postal address and prefered size (S, M, L) to info@dosmares.org when you donate.

 

This campaign is only applicable in United States.

For additional information:

Carlos Espinosa, Founder - Director

Phone: (828) 318 - 9011

Email: cespinosa@dosmares.org 

You can also suuport some projects in Central America. If you are interested in supporting any of the following projects please contact the project representative. Thanks!

Mangrove restoration and conservation in the Northwest Pacific Coast of Chinandega, Nicaragua

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Travel Blog

The project located in the Estero Real watershed in a legally protected area, is the most important estuary of the Gulf of Fonseca shared by Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua in the Pacific Ocean. This region has been impacted by shrimp farming activity since decades and their inhabitants have been using the mangrove for firewood and construction material causing a serious depletion of this resource and evident damages on the ecosystems.

 

Project Representative

Michael J. Marshall, PhD
Research Director
Coastal Seas International 
Marine Research and Consulting
PO Box 20818
Braden River, FL 34204-0818 USA
marshall.mj@gmail.com or
coastalseasconsult@gmail.com
www.coastalseas.com
941-527-1265 (office) / 941-720-3171(mobile)
Fax 941-531-6446
mikejmarshall (skype)

Australian Red Claw Crayfish production an economic alternative for the Miskito communities in the
Northeast Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua
The project pretend to develop a community Red Claw Crayfish (Cherax quadricarinatus) aquaculture activity in the Miskito indigenous populations living in the Northeast Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua as an alternative to improve their economies.

 

Project Representative

Michael J. Marshall, PhD
Research Director
Coastal Seas International 
Marine Research and Consulting
PO Box 20818
Braden River, FL 34204-0818 USA
marshall.mj@gmail.com or
coastalseasconsult@gmail.com
www.coastalseas.com
941-527-1265 (office) / 941-720-3171(mobile)
Fax 941-531-6446
mikejmarshall (skype)

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