Our mission is to empower students to lead their communities to protect and restore their local environment through collaborative watershed projects. Our goal is education leading to positive action for our water.

TenneSEA Kids 4 Clean Water

TenneSEA is the local division of CaribbeanSEA. Right here in Tennessee, we have projects ongoing with stormwater education and water monitoring.  We have resources for educators, projects with K-12 schools, and collaborations with universities.

You can also see the list of activities we have undertaken with the elementary schools where we are doing stormwater education programs in our NEW activity handbook!

Other can be found at the following websites:

To fund these projects, we hold various fundraisers and we have a used outdoor gear store called the Gear Closet, now accepting donations of used camping and recreational gear!
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We also hold Kids 4 Clean Water Summer Camps.  This year we had five camps scheduled in and around Chattanooga for kids ages 8 through 12.

Click here to see some of our pictures and ask how you or your child could be involved in an exciting science camp this summer.

Contact

Caribbean-SEA
P.O. Box 4437
Chattanooga, TN 37405 USA

Phone: 423-413-3298

Email: info@caribbean-sea.org

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  • Sea Currents - Caribbean-SEA Fall 2018 NewsletterSea Currents – Fall 2018 NewsletterFebruary 14, 2019 - 2:05 pm
  • St. Lucia We LoveDecember 14, 2018 - 6:07 pm

    The title of the catchy calypso song from a few years ago, St Lucia, We Love, really captured the essence of this trip to our Caribbean home base.  While the traffic was horrendous, the place and people were simply wonderful.  I learned about regattas by being a helper for the Yacht Club’s Mango Bowl Regatta, […]

  • Homeschool Stream TeamOctober 12, 2018 - 11:57 am

    On Monday, homeschooler Cash, his little brother Colt, his mom, and TenneSEA staff Sara finally found a day without rain to venture out to Audubon Acres and make some observations of North Chickamauga Creek. As we were walking to the creek access, we quickly realized we were not the only ones in the woods.