Monthly Archives: November 2008

Green Gifts that make a difference, with proceeds..

Environmental Green Gifts on-line

You can purchase the Green License Plate for the Environment as a gift and we will ship it to your friends and relatives with our personalized gift message. 

Happy Holidays,

Because you love Dolphins, (Your Name) has sent you this Green License Plate, with proceeds to benefit Taras Oceanographic Foundation. Visit Taras on our Foundation Links Page and see how they make a difference.   


Merry Christmas,

Because you love Sea Turtles, (Your Name) has sent you this Green License Plate, with proceeds to benefit Caribbean Conservation Corporation. Visit CCC turtle and see how they make a difference. 

EarthRehab has combined 32 of the most recognized and respected Nature Research foundations on 1 page, including WWF, Nature Conservancy, Ocean Conservancy, Woods Hole Oceanographic and The Wyland Foundation.


Electric car and EarthRehab Green License Plate

Electric car and EarthRehab Green License Plate





Good to the last drop; November 2008 water lectures in Florida

Good to the last drop: Water Lectures for November 2008

Palm Beach and Martin County Florida


Friday November 7th– Friends of the Loxahatchee River Meeting


The meeting is at noon at the River Center and a light lunch will be served.  Our guest speaker will be David Roach from the Florida Inland Navigation District.  He will present a brief history of the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway and its current use and management.

Contact Jocelyn P. O’Neill Environmental Education Coordinator for more details.


Tuesday November 11th– Palm Beach Reef Research Team


The meeting is held from 7pm-9pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Building 509 of the ERM complex.  For more information contact Lin Creel


Thursday November 13th – Loggerhead Marine Life Center Lecture

“Changing Tides: Strategies to Protect America’s Oceans.”  From 6:30-9pm
Guest Speaker: David White, Director, Ocean Conservancy. Wine and Cheese reception is included. Cost is $5 for LMC members and $8 non-members. Seating limited; RSVP is required. Contact Loggerhead MLC


Saturday November 15th– Tequesta Harvest Festival Lecture


“The State of the Oceans; first Global then Local”; 2 presentations regarding Florida’s impending water crisis. Guest Speakers: Terry Gibson and William Djubin.

At 1:30pm speakers will present an informative view into the most current state of our global ocean eco-systems. William will discuss Reef Check, EPA Clean Water Act, inland waters impaired and salt water intrusion action.
Then at 3:30 PM he will discuss the state of Florida Reefs, speaking on a local level about the same topics as above