2022 Marine Debris Calendar is Now Available!

Posted Wed, 09/29/2021 - 11:00

The NOAA Marine Debris Program is proud to announce that our 2022 Marine Debris Calendar is now available for download!

Our annual art contest aims to get students thinking about how marine debris impacts our ocean and Great Lakes, and what they can do to help. This year’s calendar features artwork from thirteen students in kindergarten through eighth grade from eight states and two U.S. territories, all winners of the “Keep the Sea Free of Debris” art contest. Keep your eye on our blog and website for information on the next contest, which opens October 18, 2021.

Visit our website to view the winning entries and download and print the 2022 Marine Debris Calendar!

Student artwork features sea creatures swimming through a coral reef away from a derelict net, accompanied by a dolphin filled with marine debris.
Download the 2022 Marine Debris Calendar on our website now! (Cover art by Jeewoo S., Grade 8, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).


2022 Marine Debris Calendar is Now Available!

Posted Wed, 09/29/2021 - 11:00


Wed, 09/29/2021 - 21:38

Marine art is fun! Debris isn't. Free the sea of debris.

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