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GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP 101 Learn grant writing as an applicant and as a reviewer! This workshop has been developed for individuals who are responsible for seeking funding from local regional, state and national funders who may be overwhelmed with the process. THIS COURSE WILL TAKE THE FEAR OUT OF RESEARCHING AND SUBMITTING PROPOSALS Topics Include: [...]

The healing power of the sea has been known for centuries. The ancient Egyptians and Greeks investigated the effects of seawater on human health, crediting it with healing powers. As early as the 14th century Eastern cultures recognized the medical properties of organisms found in coral reefs. During medieval times in Europe sea bathing was [...]

Some of you may not have heard or read about the dismissal of the Florida toxic rules case. We are reprinting the following statement from Linda Young of the Florida Clean Water Network to share the good news with you. Appellate Court Sends Toxics Rule Back to DOAH For A Hearing. A Victory For Florida's [...]

In 2016, there was an outbreak of red tide in Sarasota and Manatee counties. It caused thousands of dead fish to wash ashore on beaches in those counties, harming the Suncoast environment and economy. At that time U.S. Congressman Vern Buchanan said Congress should help address the red tide outbreak with additional funding. This September [...]

It has been a record year for dolphin calves in Sarasota waters, according to the Sarasota Dolphin Research Program (SDRP), a Chicago Zoological Society (CZS) program in collaboration with Mote Marine Laboratory. According to a Mote news release, nineteen bottlenose dolphin caves have been documented during this year’s calving season. Calving season peaks during late [...]

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