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© Max LeBigre Individual & companies © Max LeBigre

Individuals & companies

Individuals and companies are welcome to become financial contributors to the MedGardens initiative. We are determined to make the most of each contribution.

We welcome volunteers to help us with in-water field work. We go out every month of the year and we greatly appreciate some good helping hands!

Click here if you want to contribute to MedGardens.

© Max LeBigre Ecoemotional Education © Max LeBigre

Educators

MedGardens utilises an eco-emotional approach for education. We aspire to reach into the deepest parts of each person’s humanity to create strong and enduring ties with nature, making a statement of our interdependency with the natural world. We have programs for all ages and always adapt them to the target groups.

If you are a company’s HR manager, an educator or a parent interested in knowing more about our educational programs and materials, please contact us.

© Matthew Clark MedGardens Science Team © Matthew Clark

Scientists

We are always in the search of new partnerships and synergies. If we truly want to avoid social and environmental collapse, we must work together and share every small finding that can help us re-establish by 2030 the Mediterranean shallow habitats for biodiversity to thrive.

Our knowledge is yours. Contact us if you wish to access our documents or share any scientific methods that might help make your work more efficient.

Scientific internships will be considered. Please, send us your motivation letter and resume if you wish to work and learn with us for a time period.

© Martin Colognoli (Crystal sculptures by Vlastimil
Beranek)
© Martin Colognoli for Crystal Caviar

Artists

An autonomous citizens assembly took place in the Summer 2020, resulting in the activation of the Commission of Artivism, an open space to include everyone willing to put art to work for the connection of humans with nature. The first job was to create a crowd-sourced, open-source framework to design art pieces that would favour marine regeneration. This document is handed to local communities to provide them with a tool-kit to select one or several art pieces to be shown in their villages to foster marine regeneration. Now it is in the hands of the people, but we trust that they will make good use of the power of art.

Furthermore, building on the ever-evolving momentum of the Commission of Artivism, we have created an art auction marketplace, where we invite artists to present their work as part of a crowdfunding initiative which supports the MedGardens initiative.

If you are interested please contact us.