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We are very happy to announce that our first ‘kurm-matsya’ themed organisation t-shirts are now available to order. (In Sanskrit, matsya refers to fish and kurm refers to turtles)

These unique t-shirts combine our love for the oceans and traditional Indian designs.

These t-shirts have been specially and beautifully designed by the very talented Sudha Madhusudan (she is our organisation logo designer as well!! )

  • T-shirts are unisex and are 100% cotton and come in three sizes: Medium (38″), Large (40″), and X-Large (42″) 
  • T-shirts are available in two colors: Light Blue and Midnight Blue as shown in the pictures below.
  • T-shirt price: 320  plus 50₹ shipping within India

Why not buy one to make a statement for your love for the oceans or as a gift for someone who cares for the oceans!  Importantly, all proceeds go towards our marine conservation and livelihood initiatives. 

Check out the pictures in the slideshow below and email us at terramarineinstitute@gmail.com if you need additional information or are interested in purchasing a t-shirt. 

 

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Timi-Kurm 2015 – Mithapur, Gujarat

We are excited to share the summary report from the 2015 Timi-Kurm event. In 2015, Timi-Kurm took the form of a ‘Marine Turtle and Mammal Training Workshop‘, primarily for frontline staff from the Gujarat Forest Department and other coastal wildlife monitors and biologists. The workshop was held in Mithapur, Gujarat in December 2015.

The workshop was focused on frontline staff from various Forest Departments across India, who routinely monitor beaches and are responsible for the welfare of many marine organisms. The overall goal of the workshop was to educate and equip frontline officials with basic field techniques in sea turtle and marine mammal research and monitoring, and to deal with marine mammal strandings.

The workshop was co-organized by: The Gujarat Forest Department, GEER Foundation, Terra Marine Research Institute, Prakruthi Nature Club, Denzil Linhares-PADI-India Course Director, Tata Chemicals, and Green Future Foundation

Read the summary report here

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