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Artist Boat

Work 2627 Avenue O Galveston TX 77550 Work Phone: (409) 770-0722 Website: Artist Boat Website


Purpose: Non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness and preservation of coastal margins and the marine environment through the disciplines of the sciences and the arts. Programs: Eco-Art Adventures via kayak, vessel, or walking, and summer camps Professional development & environmental stewardship programs, with special opportunities for oil and gas companies Eco-Art Residencies in Schools integrating the arts and sciences to create public sculptures and habitats on campuses Habitat Restoration Adventure Program, focused on stewardship-based learning through dune and coastal prairie preservation Boy and Girl Scout badge classes Classroom presentations and speakers that coincide with curriculum Gulf ‘Coast Education Center: K-Grey can learn about the ecological, social, and economic value of coastal ecosystems. Coastal Heritage Preserve – acquiring and preserving 506 acres of barrier island habitat on Galveston Island’s West Bay Volunteer Opportunities: Public relations, lawyers, accountants, and fundraising experts for board; volunteers needed for after school residency program, board members, publications and press, activities at festivals. Publications: E-mail newsletter; Website; Quarterly calendar of eco-art and eco-tour kayak adventures. Karla Klay, Executive Director kklay@artistboat.org

The CEC has a searchable, web-based version of the Environmental Resource Guide. You may also download older versions of the printed guide below.

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