Katelyn Cucinotta, our conservation biologist who runs the Healthy Habitats and Oceans (H2O) program, was recently interviewed by Allison Randolph of the “Ocean Allison” podcast channel. By highlighting ocean advocates creating positive change for the ocean, the Ocean Allison Podcast aims to inspire and motivate listeners. Listen now to
Since 2009 S2S has been collecting manatee use data at Silver Glen Springs in the Ocala National Forest. We are a partner of the Silver Glen Working Group which includes state, federal, and private sector organizations to enhance decision making for the spring’s wildlife and recreational usage.
On Saturday, September 19th, 2015 thousands of ocean advocates around the world participated in the 30th International Coastal Cleanup. Naturally, Sea to Shore Alliance’s Healthy Habitats & Oceans Program (H²O) was (and will continue to be) part of the extravaganza. To begin our international efforts, the S2S H²O
This summer, Sea to Shore Alliance adopted Ocean Inlet Park, a ridiculously littered inlet and beach park in Boynton Beach, Florida. To kick off the adoption, our Healthy Habitats & Oceans program (H²O) hosted a cleanup at the park on August 15th. Prizes, including a skateboard deck and
Our H2O Program Coordinator, Katelyn Cucinotta, meets (from left) Kalani Robb, Tyler Stanaland, and Jason Jackson. Have you ever heard of legendary pro surfer, Kalani Robb, ranked #6 in the world in 2001? How about Tyler Stanaland? Tyler is another pro surfer working to protect the oceans we
I grew up in Crystal River. I saw my first manatee 55 years ago when I was 5 while I was fishing with my dad. It glided under our boat and my dad was frightened that it would tip us over. To me they were magical and on that day,
Lil Joe’s long, strange trip. By Kevin Spear, Orlando Sentinel6:08 p.m. EDT, October 23, 2013 Lil Joe the wayward manatee is fat and happy after being rescued a year ago from the Little Econ River. The 25-year-old sea cow dines on 120 heads of lettuce a day and has gained