Please join Sea to Shore Alliance this Saturday April 15 for the Great American Cleanup event at Ocean Inlet Park, 6990 N Ocean Blvd, Ocean Ridge. We will be there from 8 to 11 AM to celebrate Earth Day. We will be set up near the large pavilion just south
SARASOTA, Fla. (Dec. 2, 2016) – Washburn, the manatee that made headlines this September when she was rescued in Cape Cod, Mass., has made another unusual trek. This week, scientists from Sea to Shore Alliance, with assistance from the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation (BMMRO), confirmed the pregnant manatee is
On July 9th 2016, H2O program coordinator Katelyn Cucinotta took two groups of roughly 40 students from Duke’s Talent Identification Program out to clean up debris at Siesta Key. Students from this program study at New College for a few weeks over the summer and use this cleanup
A playful take on current projects and collaborations taking place in Belize to help keep the tourism industry there sustainable and eco-friendly. Presented by WWF in coordination with Peninsula International Academy and Sea to Shore Alliance.
Sea to Shore Alliance will be featured in the 2nd episode of the new CHANGING SEAS season, set to air TONIGHT, June 22nd at 8:30 pm EST on WPBT2 South Florida PBS. If viewers find themselves outside the viewing range, the episode can be watched in its entirety by going to www.changingseas.tv.
ECO/Environment Coast & Offshore Magazine provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of issues affecting the coastal and offshore environment field. Published nine times a year, this beautifully organized magazine highlights five key environmental areas: science, technology, economics, regulatory/policy, and healthy, security, safety, and the environment (HSSE). Each issue offers
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S2S scientist Anmari Alvarez-Aleman is studying the possible connection and gene flow of manatees that swim between Cuba and other Caribbean locations.
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
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