In collaboration with the Institute of Marine Research, we would like to invite you to a day on the shore at Tueneset to be a marine scientist for a day.
The Institute of Marine Research's "Dugnad for havet" is a national initiative to encourage people to make more use of the shoreline, and at the same time help them to register discoveries of various animal species in the sea. Since Norway has the second largest coastline in the world, it's great to get help to register everything from, for example, the number of jellyfish in different bathing areas to new species in the sea. It's also a great opportunity to get to know marine life better, making it an incredibly exciting and fun activity for the whole family.
On Saturday, June 17 at 11:00-12:30 on the sandy beach at Tueneset, we will hold such a family day of volunteering for the sea, and hope you and your family will participate!
Remember! It may be an advantage to bring boots for the children as we will be spending a lot of time in the water. We will provide all other necessary equipment (plankton heads, magnifying glasses, sea binoculars, etc.).
Click here to go to the Institute of Marine Research's own page for "Dugnad för havet".