Monthly Archives: August 2008
I found this Event on Surfline.com
Sept. 3, 2008
Suncoast Surfrider and the Keepers of the Coast are holding two Red Tide Seminars with Pat Glibert of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science at the New College Sudakoff Center in Sarasota, Florida. At 2pm it’s a university seminar titled “Complexity in the relationship between eutrophication and harmful algal blooms.” And at 7:00 p.m. she will give a Public Seminar titled: “Global nutrient over-enrichment – what’s the relevance for Florida’s coast?” Please call Cris Costello, Sierra Club Regional Representative, at (941) 951-6084 for more information
This year September 20th 2008, 400,000+ volunteers from around the globe will participate in the world’s largest collection of trash and pollution.
From Papua New Guinea to Portland Oregon people of all ages and cultures gather on coastlines that span our planet with one simple mission, “protect the aquatic species from our debris.”
We need more volunteers.
We need your help to make this a World Record Breaking event.
Sign up online at OceanConservancy.org and mark you calendars.
Do not miss this opportunity to collaborate with folks that share your same interests.
‘Saving our Planet’
you can also purchase a Green License Plate online and choose Ocean Conservancy for the proceeds.