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The DIBS Foundation is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization with more than 500 members in more than 25 states and five countries. We have applied for 501(c)(3) status and The DIBS Foundation is primarily supported by the generosity of our donors and purchases of captive-bred invertebrates by hobbyists.
A listing of our donors can be found at www. thedibsfoundation. org/supporters.html.
Our 2008 fundraising campaign focuses on acquiring equipment and funding in order to establish a Research and Education Center that combines current scientific research and innovative instructional practices.
If you would like to donate to The DIBS Foundation, please contact us at [email protected] foundation.org.
laborative effort. Raising awareness of the plight of the oceans and coral reefs is perhaps the ultimate out-of-sight, out-of-mind challenge.
Are you up for the challenge of becoming a DIBS member? I encourage you to join us at www.pro jectdibs.com. U
Brian Plankis is a doctoral student in curriculum and instruction at the University of Houston. His main areas of research are online community building, network science projects and integrating technology into education. He has been involved in the aquarium hobby for 12 years and is most interested in the environmental impacts of the hobby and educational outreach to the general public about coral reef decline.
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