Falmouth Harbour would like to engage further with local schools, colleges and Universities to the benefit of local community.
Project Seagrass have created some excellent information and educational resources.
Cornwall Wildlife Trust have a wide range of information on their website from species identification guides to sighting reporting to information on how to get involved in practical conservation.
Falmouth Marine Conservation – This local conservation Group are amazing, they run a series of events throughout the year to provide information on our local marine environment and how we can protect it. They are always keen to hear from potential new members.
Plastic Free Falmouth – Provide some great tips for reducing single use plastics and provide information on how to get involved.
Surfers Against Sewage – Environmental charity tackling key issues that impact on our marine environment.
Cornwall Seal Group – An astounding amount of information has been collected over the years by this group.
Green Blue – This joint environmental programme created by the Royal Yachting Association and British Marine to promote sustainable use of coastal and inland waters have produced some amazing information and educational resources.
Marine Conservation Society – Great source of information on impacts to the marine environment and what you can do to get involved.
National Lobster hatchery, Padstow.
National Maritime Museum, Falmouth.
Plymouth Aquarium – Learn at the Aquarium.
Blue Reef Aquarium – Educational visits welcome.
This section is under development. We have listed the educational resources relevant to our activities above. We encourage teachers to get in touch as we could potentially facilitate visits to our pontoons to discuss maritime activities and our sustainability initiatives such as Seabin, Seagrass restoration area and biosecurity. If this is of interest please do get in contact with Vicki Spooner.
Falmouth Harbour have a You Tube channel with a number of videos available to explain more about us as an organisation and our sustainability initiatives.
Falmouth Harbour also contributed to the Cornwall Climate Care documentary on Fishing – Plenty More Fish? Which is the second film in the series. These are great films helping to communicate climate change and how it is impacting the local marine environment.