Clean Ocean Action

Clean Ocean Advocate, March 2005

Institute of Coastal Education

Pacific Avenue, Wildwood

Tony Totah, 609-729-9262,


At the Institute of Coastal Education (ICE) you can learn how to be an ”Angler Scientist.”  Fishing is a great sport that everyone can participate in and enjoy.  Besides the pleasure of being outdoors, anglers provide scientists with knowledge about the environment and what people are doing to affect the health of marine life and the ocean.  Today, many anglers take a more active role in gathering information about the life history of fish.  Stop by ICE and see how easy it is to become an ”Angler Scientist.”  Perhaps you can try out your fishing skills at COA’s upcoming flounder tournament in April (see insert).


(What’s Cool at ICE and Coastal Creature Feature appear every other month. Please see last month’s newsletter to guess the February Coastal Creature.)


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