In celebration of the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity and during peak Sea Turtle nesting season, EarthRehab, the Jupiter Middle School “Treehuggers”, and Jupiter/Tequesta Junior Women’s Club invite you to join us at Coral Cove Park, Jupiter Island for an amazing event on April 17.
Our goal is to remove debris/plastics from the sargassum seaweed for the health of the next generation of Sea Turtles. We will also separate the recyclable plastics and have them recycled. Global open ocean plastics will be recycled in Palm Beach County and the next generation of Sea Turtles will have a clean habitat for their juvenile stage of life.
Audubon Society of Florida want’s you to go to the beach…
Oil spill beach cleanup.
Hands across the Sand.
“Thousands of Floridians from all walks of life will gather on beaches from Pensacola to Key West and Miami to Jacksonville Feb. 13, 2010, in a statewide coastal protest against legislative proposals to open Florida’s waters to offshore oil drilling.”
-find a local Florida Beach and get out there.
Earth Rehab makes good (Great) on a promise..
We have launched our Coral Reef Initiative.
Fans of FaceBook should follow us here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ocean-Rehab/150166091002
Great videos, great TIMES..
Thanks a million; with your support we can make an Ocean of Difference.
And, in case you’re curious, the Green License Plates did create this phenomenon.
Limited Edition EarthRehab Tie Dye T-shirt and Green License Plate combo.
EarthRehab Rasta Spiral Tie Dye
We have a few Tie Dye “EarthRehab” t-shirts left from DubFest 2009 (sizes available M, L, XL) 100% cotton preshrunk Hanes Beefy T. During this fantastic Reggae concert we sold these Rasta Spiral T-shirts for $22.00.
While supplies last you can purchase the “EarthRehab” Tie Dye T-shirt for only $15.00 and receive a complimentary Green License Plate.
The Green License Plate is valued at $10.00 retail and encourages others to join the mission to Save the Planet by supporting Nature Research.
Visit the EarthRehab.com web-site and purchase a T-shirt, then send me a message regarding the Combo Special and you will receive your Combo in 4-5 business days.
Thanks for the support.
Join us (EarthRehab) at Coral Cove Park on Jupiter Island,
Ocean Conservancy cleanup flyer
September 19th, 2009 for the:
Ocean Conservancy International Coastal Cleanup
Ocean Rehab Initiative Inc. has launched its BETA web site
Included on this web site is the 2010 Florida Reef Projects page.
Jupiter Inlet with Lighthouse
Each county on this Florida map will have 20 survey sites indicated by RED dots (GPS); the RED dots will turn GREEN as the site survey is complete and Health information is available. You will be able to hover over the GREEN dots and retrieve information and current status about the site.
We are currently awaiting the determination letter and approval from the IRS to accept donations for the project.
(So please be patient.)
This project is on schedule and will launch January 2010 with diver training to start as soon as February, surveys to begin March thru June.
If you know Florida Diver’s that may be interested in this fantastic opportunity have them contact us today.
Keys GLEE is this weekend.
Stop by the EarthRehab booth for a Green License Plate.
Florida Keys GLEE poster
Florida Keys GLEE poster by Nature Conservancy
Hang dry the EarthRehab t-shirt
It is recommended that your “hang-dry” the EarthRehab T-shirt.
visit EarthRehab’s t-shirt page.
Recently I was privileged to showcase the EarthRehab campaign to South Florida viewers on NBC6.
The EarthRehab campaign was designed to create funding and awareness for Nature Research, utilizing an Iconic Green License Plate.
Visit EarthRehab.com today and join our campaign.
Kristy and William of EarthRehab at Harbor Branch
Many thanks for a wonderful time at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. We attended a lecture on Water Quality and Harmful Algae Blooms by Dr. Brian Lapointe and toured the tall ship for Conservation.
visit EarthRehab.com today.
- S/V Denis Sullivan and EartRehab’s KristyEarthRehab and Harbor Branch