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OUR MISSION

The Coastal Conservation Association of New York is dedicated to the Conservation and Protection of New York’s Marine Resources.

The Coastal Conservation Association, with 78 thousand members, is a grass root based organization, with 15 state chapters from Texas to Maine, whose focus is to protect the marine environment. It is the goal of the New York CCA to provide leadership in protecting, preserving and restoring the ecological integrity and productivity of the state’s estuaries, tributaries and watersheds.

Proceeds of the Manhattan Cup tournament will be used to get “game fish” status for striped bass on the Hudson River, as well as general education about New York’s Marine Resource.

New York CCA consists of six chapters creating local networks of volunteers throughout the state: Manhattan, Staten Island, Western Suffolk, Hudson Valley, North Nassau, and South Nassau.

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1265 Broadway Room 411
New York, NY 10001
Phone 1-877-98-CCANY Fax 1-917-256-1807
Email: ccany@prodigy.net

 

The Coastal Conservation Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

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