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April 14, 2015
Interview With Dr. Guy Harvey Dr. Guy Harvey is a self-made artist, an accomplished marine scientist who is heavily involved in conservation efforts, as well as a successful business owner. His brand has become widely recognized throughout the country, and indeed in far-flung destinations around the world. Now, in a partnership with Gainesville Coins, Guy Harvey’s original artwork will […]

2015 Blue Vision Summit

                           Blue Vision Summits bring ocean conservation leaders together every two years to network, build the blue movement and meet with the Administration and Congress to restore the blue in our red, white and blue.  This spring some 500 people from local, regional and national groups, scientists, explorers and others will attend the Summit […]

Rally in Tallahassee Tells Legislators “We Want Clean Water”

                (Tallahassee, FL) –Wednesday, February 18, 2015 About 300 people gathered at the Historic Capitol to support clean water in Florida and to tell legislators that they “WE WANT CLEAN WATER” and the best way to get it is to “BUY THE LAND”.  Chants of “Amendment 1 Is […]

February 11, 2015
Please support Florida House Bill 611 Disposable Plastic Bags

Feb 9, 2015 — Today was a major step in progress towards reducing plastic bags within our environment in Florida. State Representative David Richardson, Miami Beach has filed House Bill 611 which bill that would allow cities with fewer than 100,000 people to create pilot programs to regulate or ban disposable plastic bags. The bill (HB […]

Public Comment Open

Our Florida Reeefs invitse you to speak up for OUR FLORIDA REEFS ! Comments submitted online will be compiled and used to help improve the OUR FLORIDA REEFS community planning process. Comments will also be provided to Community Working Groups, which will convene starting in March 2014 to develop recommendations for southeast Florida’s reefs. All […]

FL Water and Land Conservation Comments Open

The Senate Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation is currently taking public comment on the implementation of the Water and Land Conservation Amendment passed by Florida voters in November 2014. Submit your comments  at the link below.  

Great Job Key West High School Reef Relief Club!

  Students removed 248.56 lbs of marine debris from the shores of Key West. Thanks to Parrot Key  Resort and Sunset Water Sports!  

November 25, 2014
World Parks Congress aims to protect a third of oceans in marine parks

Linda Vergnani ABC Environment  First posted 20 Nov 2014 AT LEAST 30 PER CENT of the world's oceans should be protected as marine parks where fishing and mining are banned, according to a new target set at the close of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's World Parks Congress in Sydney yesterday. The sharply increased […]

Artists fashion a treasure out of trash

By Kate Bradshaw | Tribune Staff Published: October 16, 2014     ST. PETERSBURG — The colorful sculpture towering above Poynter Park has a certain grace to it, though it’s meant to depict something menacing. Artists and University of South Florida marine scientists unveiled the 30-by-40-foot sculpture Wednesday and hope its vortex shape and recycled […]