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NMSF Applauds Plans to Designate Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Sanctuary

Jan 6, 2017.
Wisconsin Historical Society

Contact: Shannon Yee, shannon@marinesanctuary.org, 202-870-0387   Washington, DC; January 6, 2017 — The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation applauds the  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) release of the draft plan to designate 1,075 square miles of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin as a new national marine sanctuary. The draft plan calls for the protection of 37…

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UPDATED: US Creates World’s Largest Marine Protected Area

Aug 26, 2016.

Papahānaumokuākea is a dynamic destination for research, science, conservation, heritage and education.

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Longterm Monitoring Helps Scientists Address Massive Gulf Corals Die-Off

Aug 18, 2016.

Affected corals span 6.5 acres with some locations having 70% mortality, including several thousand dead coral colonies.

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NMSF and Partners Recognized by EPA for Vessel Speed Reduction Program in Santa Barbara

Jul 1, 2016.

Reducing ship speeds greatly reduces air pollution and significantly lowers the risk of fatal ship strikes on whales.

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Sanctuaries and NMSF invite all to Get Into Your Sanctuary Day, June 25 & 26

Jun 17, 2016.

Get Into Your Sanctuary Day is a system-wide event promoting awareness of safe and sustainable recreational activity within sanctuaries.

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NMSF Honors Three Dedicated to a Healthy Ocean with 2016 “Ocean Awards”

Jun 13, 2016.

The Awards recognize those whose professional or personal accomplishments have made a difference in ensuring the ocean’s healthy future.

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Solving a Century-Old Riddle: Discovering the Wreck of the “Conestoga”

Mar 28, 2016.

March 25, 2016

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Process to Save Military History Moves Forward

May 14, 2015.

March 10, 2016

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Gray’s Reef Ocean Film Festival 2016 Draws 1700

May 14, 2015.

February 23, 2016

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