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The Tennessee Aquarium Research Institute (TNARI) is the not-for-profit
conservation and research arm of the Tennessee Aquarium. Its mission
is to conserve and restore through research, restoration and education,
with a primary focus on southeastern organisms.
Aquarium Research Institute (TNARI)
official website for the Tennessee Aquarium Research Institute
The Tennessee/Cumberland River Basin is one of the most
diverse aquatic places in the world, according to the World
Wildlife Fund. TNARI conserves and restores species with
primary focus on native aquatic organisms.
Back the Natives
Through research, partnerships and conservation programs, TNARI
hopes to promote the future well being of these animals.
Discover the unique, educational and fun volunteer opportunities
at the Tennessee Aquarium.
Aquarium is hard at work educating the next generation
of environmental stewards and conducting conservation activities
to preserve precious natural resources. Please consider
supporting our work at a level that is appropriate for
Sponsor of Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Programs