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Guidestar Link for Ocean Rehab
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Learn more about Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc. on this page and donate if you choose. Thanks Guide Star
Congratulations Allison and her Team at Sponge Magazine.
The first Issue looks awesome and “state of the art.”
SpongeMag Issue 1 Cover
We love the feeling of turning the pages of an on-line Magazine.
Visit Sponge Magazine, South Florida’s first beach lifestyle publication. (Click here)
EarthRehab was sent this beautiful Green License Plate on a VW Jetta from Michigan photo. Thanks for the Eco-support Michigan, great pic.
VW Jetta with Green Eco License Plate
Ocean Conservancy International Coastal Cleanup 2010 Event.
Volunteers keep Florida Beaches clean.!
South Florida, Jupiter Island.
Saturday September 25, 2010 from 8:00am – 12:00pm
19450 S.R. 707
Tequesta, Florida 33469 Get Directions
Join EarthRehab, The Jupiter/Tequesta Junior Women’s Club and the Jupiter Middle School ‘Treehuggers’ for an awesome Beach and Reef cleanup at the legendary Coral Cove Park on Jupiter Island.
Members and Volunteers for Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc. are encouraged to attend and participate with Reef Debris Removal.
This is an Ocean Conservancy registered 2010 Event on Jupiter Island in Florida. (and has a legendary worm rock/ limestone reef eco-system)
A Special Guest speaker will soon be announced, most likely a Marine Conservationist (Activist, Director or Biologist) Our last Event was made special with Speaker and soon to be Doctor Larry Wood of Florida Hawksbill Project during the kickoff of Sea Turtle Nesting Season.
The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is the world’s largest, one-day volunteer effort to clean up the marine environment. Every September, volunteers from over 100 countries descend on local beaches, rivers, lakes and canals to show their commitment to cleaner waterways. The Ocean Conservancy, the world’s largest organization focusing exclusively on the health of the marine environment, has sponsored this annual event for the past 23 years.
We have also selected Sawfish Bay Park as the backup location if the Beaches are not accessible due to Oil Spill Related Damages. This is also a PBC Park.
Sponsor Website: http://www.keeppbcbeautiful.org/icc2010.htm
Coordinator Websites: http://www.oceanrehab.org
Oil Spill Habitat Surveys by Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc.
June 22, 2010 Bright Sky and Blue Water in Palm Beach County Florida. Photo was taken off the Breakers Reef while participating in an Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc. pre-oil spill survey.
Diver Down on June 22, 2010 Breakers Reef
Diver Down June 22, 2010 Breakers Reef
This photo is enlargeable and makes an awesome Desktop Screen. Free to download. Enjoy.
For Immediate Release Press CONTACT: Morna McGann
Ocean Rehab Initiative, Inc, a 501 C-3 organization located in West Palm Beach FL is planning a Reef Check Project in the Florida Keys in conjunction with the 2010 Florida Reef Project.
In response to the current emergency caused by the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf which is projected to hit the Florida Straits this week and then the Keys Ocean Rehab is expecting over 500 divers and snorkelers to help document the current marine life, corals, mangroves and ocean visibility prior to the effects of oil damages.
The divers will meet Saturday May 8, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. at the Marine Mammal Conservancy located in Key Largo at 102200 Overseas Highway. The divers will be taking scientific readings and video footage/photography of the coral reefs and surrounding mangrove and grassy areas.
The Ocean Rehab Initiative, Inc. was founded by William Djubin in 2009 who envisioned the need for baseline documentation of our fragile coastal ecosystem. Florida is the only state in the continental United States to have extensive shallow coral reef formations near its coasts. A globally respected and scientifically transferable baseline for this ecosystem’s health does not currently exist. According to Mr. Djubin,” With the impending damages cause by this oil spill we have simply stepped up our efforts and timeline to meet the current emergency. This just gives us more of a reason and substantiates the necessity of this project.” During the 2010 Florida Reef Project we (Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc.) will collaborate efforts with Academia, Science, and Volunteers to establish a scientific baseline for the entire SE Florida Reef tract utilizing California’s Reef Check Caribbean methodologies.
For Information on this event and
Ocean Rehab Initiative contact: William Djubin 561-308-8848 or firstname.lastname@example.org.