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Do you know someone who is always looking for lesson plans? Or perhaps you are hoping your kids sailing instructors will teach them about marine science too! Send them an email to let them know about this free program.

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Do you know someone who will love the Clean Regattas program? Perhaps your want your favorite regatta to be more environmentally friendly? Drop them a line and let them know how to get involved!

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8 million metric tons of plastic waste enters the ocean from the land each year. That's equivalent to about 1.5 million cars.

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Thank your for your participation in Clean Regattas. This form is to be filled out once your event is completed to receive final certification. 

Please take a moment to fill out this form detailing your experience and efforts made to achieve your Clean Regattas Certification. Please be as detailed as possible, provide any metrics you have recorded and any anecdotal evidence that may help other regattas in the future. Any supporting pictures may be emailed to us separately.

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Thank you for downloading KELP! We are continually working to improve and add more lesson plans. We appreciate you taking a minute to fill out this survey; your input is invaluable in shaping our program. Thank you!

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Please complete the form below to register for KELP. You will then be directed to a download page. The Kits are free, but we require registration in order to track how our lessons are used and to collect feedback and provide support.

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