The SWOT Team

 

The SWOT Team is the lifeblood of the SWOT program. This ever-growing international group of scientists, conservationists, artists, and concerned citizens works together to achieve an otherwise unattainable common goal.

 
 SWOT grantees with a hawksbill turtle in Baja California, Mexico. © ProFauna Baja

SWOT grantees with a hawksbill turtle in Baja California, Mexico. © ProFauna Baja

 

SWOT Team members contribute all of the individual inputs that go into SWOT products (data, articles, etc.), and then make use of the end results (reports, maps, database, etc.). Side by side, the SWOT Team is generating a truly global perspective of sea turtles and forging global solutions to global problems.

Find out how you can get involved at the links below, or join our online community today. To learn more about the people and partners behind the SWOT program, go here.

 
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Apply for a SWOT Grant

SWOT awards small grants annually to support sea turtle research and conservation programs worldwide. Learn more about the SWOT Grants program, meet our past grantees, and find out how to apply at the link below.

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Contribute data

SWOT relies on the voluntary contributions of sea turtle biogeographic data from sea turtle researchers worldwide. Learn more about how to contribute your sea turtle nesting or satellite telemetry data at the link below.

 
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take action from home

Get involved in sea turtle conservation at home by taking steps to reduce your ocean impact. Small changes in your daily life can have a big impact. Find out how you can live a more ocean-friendly lifestyle at the link below.