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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

VW Jetta with Green Eco License Plate

Green License Plate on the Eco Taxi.!

Eco Taxi and the Green License Plate

Eco Taxi and the Green License Plate for Nature Research

 

Amy Baxter sends us her photo of the EarthRehab Green License Plate on her Eco-taxi. Looks Great, Looks Smart and helps to make Change. Thanks Amy..

Earth Rehab makes good (Great) on a promise..

We have launched our Coral Reef Initiative.

Http://www.OceanRehab.org

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.

Hang dry the EarthRehab t-shirt

Hang dry the EarthRehab t-shirt

 It is recommended that your “hang-dry” the EarthRehab T-shirt.

                

    visit EarthRehab’s t-shirt page.

http://www.earthrehab.com/t-shirt.html

 

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.

The 100% recycled Green License Plate by EarthRehab.

Save the Planet

Save the Planet

These Green License Plates plates raise funds and awareness for Nature Research. see who is involved at EarthRehab

Here are a few confirmed events for EarthRehab in Florida
Visit EarthRehab.com today.
January- 17 definitely 1 beach cleanup at Coral Cove Park (focus ocean plastics)
February- 7 Audubon Everglades Day 2009, what a venue. (EXPO) http://www.auduboneverglades.org/
28 Loggerhead MLC Member yearly party and fundraiser http://www.marinelife.org/eventscalendarMarch
7 Sea Turtle Day at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center Boca Raton (EXPO) http://gumbolimbo.org/ee/programs/calendar-details/event_turtle_day/
28 Florida Keys GLEE and Nature Conservancy event in Islamorada (EXPO)
http://www.keysglee.com/html/09_expo/2009expo.html
April – 18 Great American Cleanup 2008 for EarthDay at Coral Cove Park
June – 8 World Ocean Day at Coral Cove Park
September- Ocean Conservancy International Coastal Cleanup at Coral Cove Park

Press Release 10/23/2008

EarthRehab adopts Coral Cove Park, Jupiter Island Florida

Coral Cove and EarthRehab

Coral Cove and EarthRehab

 

EarthRehab is the recycled Green License Plate campaign that raises funds and awareness for Nature Research. EarthRehab is a conservation and preservation activist campaign. We’ve got a lot of work to do, and we need your help.

 

EarthRehab’s adoption is in conjunction with the Adopt a Park program in Florida.

If an organization or team of residents can commit to 4 Beach/Park cleanups a year, they can adopt a park in Florida.

 

I could not think of a better venue to adopt than Coral Cove Park, Jupiter Island.

 

Coral Cove Park is critical habitat to threatened and protected land and ocean species including beach mice, red wolves, manatees, sea turtles, and snook.

Coral Cove Park has a live Coral Reef Tract that extends from the Jupiter Inlet north to Blowing Rocks Preserve managed by Nature Conservancy.

-a side note and bonus-

Forbes noted Jupiter Island as the most expensive Zip Code in America, so

“Hey Tiger Woods, Celine Dion, Doubledays, Johnsons, Fords, Du Ponts and Nature Conservancy… were neighbors for the next 2 years.”

 

EarthRehab will not only host 8 beach cleanups, but will also host several snorkel and diving excursions on this world famous reef.

EarthRehab would like to map and monitor this Coral Reef Tract and then make a strong argument for a Marine Managed Area or Marine Protected Area in the very near future.

Contact William at EarthRehab for information and events planning.

Wyland Foundation becomes #31 on the EarthRehab campaign for Nature Research

Wyland in Atlanta

Wyland in Atlanta

 

It gives me great pleasure to announce that the Wyland Foundation is the latest nature research foundation to be added to the EarthRehab campaign.

The Wyland Foundation has proven itself time and time again, raising funds and awareness for the Oceans and Aquatic Eco-systems. Visit Wyland today and learn about their education out-reach programs, art for oceans fundraisers, community events, and the famous Wyland Clean Water Challenge.

 

Mission Statement from the Wyland website.

 

Get Involved : Each Person Can Make a Difference!

The Wyland Foundation is dependent upon our members, individual donors, dedicated volunteers and supporters who generously give of their resources and time to further our mission: To promote, protect and preserve the world’s oceans, waterways, and marine life through educational programs, public arts projects and community events.

 

Visit EarthRehab today, and support Nature Research with the Wyland Foundation.

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