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Audubon Society of Florida want’s you to go to the beach…

Oil spill cleanup

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.

http://www.handsacrossthesand.com/

Join us (EarthRehab) at Coral Cove Park on Jupiter Island,

Ocean Conservancy cleanup flyer

Ocean Conservancy cleanup flyer

September 19th, 2009 for the:

 Ocean Conservancy International Coastal Cleanup

 

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.

Tropical Reef FishLive Rock ReefLive Rock underneath the soot and AlgaeMature Live RockFamily SnorkelFirst Snorkel

 

 

 

EarthRehab & World Ocean Day 2008 recap and photos 

We celebrated World Ocean Day on June 7th and 8th for 2008.

EarthRehab joined the Friends of Jupiter Beach at 8am for a beach cleanup, and made sure that any volunteer that participated received a Green License Plate complimentary.

The Green License Plate campaign is a fundraiser for Nature Research. The Worlds most productive and respected Environmental Foundations and Sanctuaries receive the proceeds from the sale of the $10 plate. Visit EarthRehab today and see who is involved.

 

One June 7th and 8th at 11am we arrived at Coral Cove Park in Jupiter for a Group Snorkel.

 

EarthRehab explained the different habitats the group would encounter, Live Rock, Brown Algae, Worm Rock, Sponge, Red Algae, Sea Grass, and Limestone. We expected to see many Tropical Fish on the Reef because the visibility was greater than 20’.

 

So what did the Ocean Adventurers see underneath the water on this Coral Reef Eco-system?

A Green Sea Turtle, Manatee, Barracuda, Snook, Jacks, Blue Fish, Cuttlefish, French Grunt, Hog Fish, Angel Fish, Damsel Fish, Gobies, Blennies, Sergeant Major, Basslet, Parrotfish, Blue head Wrasse, and a Nurse Shark.

 

EarthRehab explained that the fish stock levels were down due to the Algae and Sediment buildup. Then to illustrate the point we took a deck brush out to the reef and cleaned small sections to allow the snorkelers an opportunity to see the Mature Purple Live Rock beneath. As we scrubbed the reef massive amounts of Tropical Fish showed their appreciation and searched the Live Rock for Invertebrate Worms.

The mature Live Rock that is present on this Reef could host several species of Invertebrate Soft Corals and Sponges if given the chance.

 

Learn more about the EarthRehab Coral Reef Initiative Here.

 

 

 

Kite Beach to Corners Cleanup 2008 Flyer

Kite Beach part II

Kite Beach part II

I posted pictures of people swimming in the Jupiter Inlet during a dump of storm/waste water on GreenReality.

http://greenreality.wordpress.com/

Kemp’s Ridley in town for Thanksgiving/ LMLCSea Turtle Kemp’s RidleySea Turtle Kemp’s Ridley

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Just in time for Thanksgiving, a lone Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle made her way to the Loggerhead Marine Life Center in North Palm Beach.

What a spectacular time she will have during this Holiday, seems like the perfect B&B for a Sea Turtle with Medical testing and treatment to boot.

Her name is Sweet Potato, and she along way from home. The MLC  now has 3 Kemp’s, with 1 soon to be released back to the Oceans.

Access the Loggerhead Marine Life Center through our Web-Link-Portal

http://www.earthrehab.com/foundations-links1.html

Join the Campaign with Proceeds to benefit Loggerhead MLC.

o011415m-medium.jpgwilliam-diver.jpgInletOctober Inlet dumping, what is this stuff?

The aforementioned Fund (non/profit& non/funded) Coral Reef Initiative is not available currently to accept donations. Purchase a $10.00 Green License Plate today and join the campaign. 

Coral Reef Initiative by EarthRehab

 We have a ‘tester’ for our water samples, and they are local. We are searching for 2 more, to keep them honest. Referrals speak loudly.  

EarthRehab will choose the sites, Jupiter Island Blowing Rock’s ( North) to Loggerhead ( South) on public beaches and the Inlet stream during tides.

How important is this to you? Marine life including, turtles, Sharks, Tropical fish, Coral, Hurricane Sustainable wall, whales, dolphins, Etc. (not to mention our children and families that enjoy to swim in the Oceans). 

Join the EarthRehab Environmental Campaign now & the 100% Non/profit, Non/Funded Coral Reef Initiative 

$10.00 goes a long way & means your thinking GREEN, recycle, Nature, politically concerned, and have an overall commitment to the state of our planet.  

Green License Plate for the Environment in the News, NBC WPTV with Roxanne Stein

 

Environmental Foundation PortalScene of the crime, Jupiter Inlet Florida

Currently 25,000+ commuters per day view ‘my green license plate’ and understand that We support Nature research. This entails habitat, conservation, preservation, rehabilitation, Migration patterns, and global climate change.

    

 

My name is William Djubin and I founded EarthRehab to generate proceeds for Non-profit Environmental Foundations and Sanctuaries. (Including Ocean Conservancy, WWF, Audubon, Arbor Day, Nature Conservancy, Wild Bird Sanctuary, Busch Wildlife, Loggerhead Marine)

 

EarthRehab was the Feature Story ‘Going Green’ on WPTV; NBC channel 5 in West Palm Beach. The Newsperson is the #1 anchor in S. Florida, Roxanne Stein.

  

 

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