SeaChange, Seattle Aquarium’s benefit breakfast raises over $120,000
On October 6, 2016, the Seattle Aquarium held our SeaChange breakfast in support of our mission of Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment. Jim Wharton, director of conservation and education, spoke about our One World Ocean and highlighted the Beach Naturalist program. Dr. Elliott Norse, founder of the Marine Conservation Institute and senior GLORES advisor, delivered the keynote address Protecting the oceans we’re leaving our grandchildren. His heartfelt remarks inspired over $120,000 in support of our conservation and research efforts.
See photos from the breakfast and a thank you video from our speakers:
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