Make a donation with your guest post
Submit a guest post with Ocean Blue Project. Your guest blog post, if approved, will be published on the Ocean Blue Project website. Once you submit your content our Board of Directors and Editor will approve or decline publishing your article. You will be notified within a few weeks.
Guest post submissions provide an opportunity for volunteers to fulfill a calling to help the Ocean. While we provide Annual Corporate Members with an option to be featured in blog articles, these submissions are uniquely for individuals who want to give back and raise awareness about environmental issues effecting our waterways and precious Ocean.
Thank you for supporting our One World Ocean.
Guest Post Guidelines
- Rule #1: Authors must have a track record of writing content of 1,400 words or more. (Short blogs are welcome)
- Rule #2: Avoid outgoing links. Our editors will add these.
- Rule #3: The content must be detailed and unique.
- Rule #4: Relevant to the Ocean Blue Project mission.
- Rule #5: Remain positive with at least one call to action.
- Rule #6: All content must be your own original work and can not be previously published.
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All rivers flow to the oceanBy Marisa RepaschFrom land to sea: how rivers create unique pathways for water and life. Except for the driest deserts, every place on Earth has a connection to the ocean through a river. Even the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest, is connected to the sea by flowing water….
Waste water consists of water contaminated by human activity and stormwater runoff.By Sriya ByrapuneniWhat is wastewater runoff and how is bad for the Ocean? Waste water consists of water contaminated by human use including feces, urine, laundry and stormwater runoff. This water includes solids and liquid waste along with chemical and heavy metals from pesticides…
What is a Frogby Tessa BroholmAmphibians Characteristics & Fun Facts for both adults and children. Amphibians are a group of animals that includes frogs, toads, newts and salamanders. They are sometimes confused with reptiles, a group that includes turtles, snakes and lizards, because they share some similarities. For example, both amphibians and reptiles are cold-blooded….
Dr. Ayana Johnson “Cities can’t stop climate change,” by Jasper Cunneen posted Jun 15th, 2020 at 2:11pmAt first glance, urban metropolis and environmental steward seem like an unlikely pair. Skyscrapers, crowds, and concrete streets are far from the idyllic scenes of pristine forests, lakes, rivers, and fields that many think of when they turn their minds…
Incredible Dolphin Facts Dolphins Are AmazingBy Mark McGowanDolphins are considered by many to be our mysterious cousins of the ocean. The depth of their intelligence is hard to fully quantify, and we will explore more on their brains, language and emotional behavior but one thing is pretty much universally agreed: Dolphins are magnificent, beautiful creatures…
Microplastics are tiny and very hard to cleanup Article by Richard ArterburyMicroplastics are the main cause of ocean pollution, and are extremely small pieces of plastic created by the breakdown of larger plastic waste, are a main cause of ocean pollution and are often hard to see with the naked eye. Most plastic ocean pollution…