Ahead of the Tide Partners

If you are a non-profit or a conservation organization and would like to be a part of the Ahead of the Tide movement, please email us to find out more information.


CAVU is a US public charity empowering people to take meaningful action on critical conservation and social justice issues in their own communities. Visit http://cavu.org for more information


Sea Turtle Conservancy ensures the survival of sea turtles through research, education, training, advocacy and habitat protection. Learn more at http://www.conserveturtles.org.

CLEO stands for Climate Leadership Engagement Opportunities, and provides these opportunities to individuals, schools, businesses, community organizations, and elected leaders. This allows everyone to better understand the science of climate change, the dangers and significant disruptions that climate change imposes, and promising efforts and potential solutions that need public support. Go to cleoinstitute.org to learn more.


The Florida Wildlife Federation is a private, statewide, non-profit citizens’ conservation education organization composed of thousands of concerned Floridians and other citizens from all walks of life who have a common interest in preserving, managing, and improving Florida’s fish, wildlife, soil, water, and plant life. Learn more at http://fwlonline.org


Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.  Learn more about Surfrider Foundation at http://surfrider.org


The Sink or Swim Project is an organization raising awareness for sea level rise in South Florida and the Keys to people of all ages.  Learn more at http://miamisearise.com


Oceana is an international non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and revitalizing the world’s oceans.  Oceana Florida is mobilizing opposition to offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean and supporting offshore wind power. Visit http://usa.oceana.org


1000 Friends of Florida is building better communities and saving special places to enhance the quality of life for current and future Floridians.For more information visit http://www.1000fof.org.


The Florida Climate Institute is a multi-disciplinary network of universities in Florida working together and with external partners in the public and private sectors to achieve a better understanding of climate variability and change, impacts, and societal response. Visit http://www.floridaclimateinstitute.org to learn more.


Florida Conservation Voter’s goal is to elect the best public officials who will enact sound policies that ensure our cherished, yet vulnerable, natural lands and water are protected.  Learn more by visiting http://fcvoters.org/resources.


The Florida Coastal and Ocean Coalition is a group of organizations working together to conserve, protect and restore Florida’s coastal and marine environment. The Coalition emphasizes the implementation of an eco-system based approach to coastal and ocean management, as well as recognition of the important linkage between the health of Florida’s economy and the health of its beaches and dunes, coral reefs, mangroves, sea grasses, wetlands and other natural resources. Go to http://flcoastalandocean.org to learn more.


Sea to Shore Alliance, through research, education, and conservation, works to improve the health and productivity of coastal environments for the endangered species and human livelihoods that depend on them.  For more information got to http://sea2shore.org