Archive for May, 2010
Slots for Coral Camp 2010 are now open and filling fast. Weekly sessions run from June 21 – August 13. Coral Camp provides a unique and fun summer learning experience for 6-12 year old students. Campers learn all about our living coral reef ecosystem through interactive field trips, film and activities at the Reef Relief Environmental Center. Click the link above to download the registration brochure. Call Reef Relief with questions (305) 294-3100
Sensitive Ecosystem in Danger and Could be Headed for the Florida Keys
Associated Press coverage of the oil spill’s impact in the Florida Keys
Saturday May 15 & 29, 2010 10:00pm-1:00pm
Join the Fun!
Reef Relief, T.R.A.S.H.E.D. in the Keys, and the Green Parrot Kayak Society invite the community to help clean up the mangroves and shoreline. Lazy Dog is providing the kayaks but bring your own if possible. The clean ups will start at 10:00 pm leaving out of Hurricane Hole Marina located at 5130 Overseas Hwy in Key West.
For more information or to attend call Reef Relief at 305-294-3100.
Oil Spill Updates and Information
For the most up-to-date information on Florida’s Deepwater Horizon response, as well as health and safety tips, visit www.dep.state.fl.us/deepwaterhorizon.
The Florida Emergency Information Line (FEIL) will operate from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. until further notice. The number for residents to call is:
The Florida State Emergency Information Line activated at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time on Monday, May 3 to provide Floridians a link to informational resources regarding the Deepwater Horizon response.
~Hotline provides Floridians information regarding the Deepwater Horizon Response~TALLAHASSEE- -
The State Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee remains activated to a Level 2, or Partial activation, and emergency management officials are continuing to coordinate with local, state and federal partners to ensure Florida’s coastline is protected.