STPS members Aubry and Colette Forsyth, left; Tondee and Dan Schaller, center; and Lorraine Jones, at right posed with a sea turtle replica at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center.
The strength and support of our STPS members fuels our mission of sea turtle conservation. STPS values each of our members for their role in helping sea turtles survive. Now more than ever, it is important to come together and work to protect sea turtles and their habitat here in Brevard County. By becoming a member and renewing your membership each year, you are making a commitment to local sea turtle conservation efforts. By sharing the message of STPS, you are raising awareness of the plight of sea turtles and the work that needs to be done.
Currently we have 980 members, and we would love to count STPS more than 1,000 members strong by the end of 2020.
In addition to supporting STPS programs and activities, your membership also includes a benefits package that lets you become more involved with STPS and its sea turtle conservation programs. This includes:
- Volunteer opportunities for members
- Subscription to quarterly Turtle Times newsletter
- Invitations to members only events and gatherings
- Invitations to sea turtle releases
- Discount at Turtle House and Turtle Nest gift shops
- Discounts available to STPS members at participating local businesses
Thanks to those who have joined STPS and are supporting sea turtle conservation. Please consider sharing what STPS does with your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. Ask them to join us as we work together to protect sea turtles and their habitats.
Membership information is available on the STPS website under the Membership tab.
Or email the membership director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please check out the STPS social media accounts in the coming weeks to learn more about our members and why membership matters. Please share these posts to spread the word about STPS and encourage others to join our sea turtle conservation efforts.
Most of all, we would love for you to share your own member story on Facebook or Instagram tagged #IamSTPS or #helpingseaturtlessurvive