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Floridians Care for Their Corals

Floridians Care For Their Coral, ALL AT SEA January 2016

During the final two decades of the 20th century, scientists and educators flooded magazines and newspapers with news of coral reefs dying all over the world. By 2007, both federal and state governments responded with legislation including grants giving communities …

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Be a Volunteer!

VISAR volunteers in action. Photo courtesy of VISAR

Short-term seasonal cruisers to the Caribbean or life-long sailors who have made the region their home can make a difference to the islands’ people and wildlife. Here is a sampling of seven ways that you can volunteer.   2nd Life …

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Eckerd College Rescue

Photo by Glenn Hayes

Any day at Eckerd College campus in St. Petersburg, Florida, you can find students walking to class or studying by the water’s edge. You may see one or two look at their phones when a text comes, jump up and …

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Volunteer at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Docent volunteers: Lloyd Devigne, left, and Frank Garahan, right, apply bottom paint to the Winnie Estelle. During the warmer months, volunteer USCG certified captains and their crew take passengers out on the Miles River for scenic cruises aboard the historic buy boat from the Museum’s waterfront. Photo by Tracey Munson

Years spent living around boats and the water. A love of centuries-old history, and learning new skills. The chance to meet people from throughout the East Coast, the nation and the world. These are just a few reasons why Lloyd …

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