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What We Found on Our Shoreline

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Volunteers for Harbor CleanupIt was a beautiful clear sunny day on Saturday when members of the Gloucester community gathered to clean our harbor. Teams were dispersed all around the city thanks to the coordination efforts of the Rozalia Project for a Clean Ocean, Maritime Gloucester, our two Cultural Districts downtown and on Rocky Neck, and our own Rebecca Siswick Graham. After a presentation about ocean trash by the Rozalia Project Friday night, volunteers gathered at their assigned locations Saturday morning for this one-hour effort to collect and record as much trash and recycling as possible. Read More

Come Meet Iain Kerr this Friday at The Bridge Business Expo

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Iain filming dolphinsThis Friday, March 28th, come and see us at The Bridge Business Expo at Magnolia Library in Gloucester, MA from 4-8 pm. Ocean Alliance CEO Iain Kerr will be on hand from 6-8 to tell you what’s in store this year and answer all of your whale and ocean pollution questions from his 20+ years of experience. Rebecca Siswick-Graham will have whale artifacts, t-shirts for sale, stickers and a free raffle of whale-y items. We’ll be sharing a table with our partners from 7 Seas Whale Watch so you can learn more about the humpback whale population they know so well. Come see the best of what Gloucester has to offer—local non-profits like Cape Ann Art Haven, North Shore Folklore Theatre, and local artisans and businesses from stone carvers to health and wellness providers. There will be wine and refreshments, and lots of fun giveaways and offers so come on down!

Update: SnotBot and SailBot will be there for you to check out.

“COLLABORATIVE WORLD” ART SHOW TO BENEFIT OCEAN ALLIANCE

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Collaborative World detail by Rebecca Siswick and Nome GrahamOcean Alliance’s headquarters at the former Tarr and Wonson Paint Manufactory are located in the heart of the Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, MA. It’s a beautiful place to visit, full of galleries and gorgeous scenery, and also happens to be the oldest working art colony in the country. We consider our relationship with the art colony a collaboration, we look after each other, and this is how we met artists Rebecca Siswick Graham and Nome Graham. Read More