Partnerships

The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation is fortunate to have worked with a number of organizations and individuals to begin our journey of water conservation and stewardship. We thank the following people and organizations for their help designing and creating content for the Conservation & Education Center exhibits and for their partnership with us in local water stewardship initiatives!

 

Seafood Watch

We are a proud Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Conservation Partner – learn more about how you can make ocean-friendly seafood choices by downloading the free Seafood Watch app here!


Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District has been a valuable conservation & education partner. They shared many eco-tips with us which you can find on our Get Involved! action kiosks in the Conservation & Education Center, or here. Check out their tips and learn how you can help protect our waterways!


The Ocean Project

The Ocean Project focuses on advancing conservation in collaboration with aquariums, zoos, museums, youth, and many other partners. In addition, they host World Oceans Day, a day for people around our blue planet to celebrate and honor the ocean while bringing attention to the need to protect our oceans. The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation is proud to be a partner of The Ocean Project and a sponsor of World Oceans Day on June 8th. Visit our Events page to view more information about our annual World Oceans Day activity!


earthday365

earthday365’s mission is to empower individuals and organizations to create and celebrate a greener St. Louis – every day. They also host the annual St. Louis Earth Day Festival (currently rescheduled for Oct. 18, 2020 in Tower Grove Park). The St. Louis Aquarium Foundation has participated in the St. Louis Earth Day Festival since 2019. View our video from this April’s Virtual Earth Day Festival here!


St. Louis Cardinals

We partnered with the St. Louis Cardinals to collect the plastic bottles used in our plastic bottle sculpture in the Conservation & Education Center. The Cardinals value environmental stewardship, as evident in their own sustainability programs.


Missouri Botanical Garden

Thank you to the Missouri Botanical Garden and their Shaw Nature Reserve for helping us to design our Rain Garden, as well as for providing guidance on the best native plants to use in the Rain Garden, River Park, and other outdoor spaces. Learn more about rainscaping and creating your own rain garden here!

 

Additional Partners

  • Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
  • Earthways Center, Missouri Botanical Garden
  • East-West Gateway Council of Governments
  • Great Rivers Greenway
  • Greenway Network
  • Lewis & Clark Community College
  • Living Lands & Waters
  • Missouri Confluence Waterkeeper
  • Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Missouri History Museum
  • Missouri River Relief
  • National Great Rivers Research & Education Center
  • Open Space Council
  • Saint Louis Zoo
  • Saint Louis University
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
  • United States Geological Survey
  • Washington University