Reef Relief announces new multi-lingual reef etiquette guide

For Immediate Release                                   Contact: Reef Relief 305-294-3100 (Key West, FL) –Monday, August 11, 2014 Reef Relief announces a new resource to make visits to our reefs “reef –friendly”. Coral reefs here in the FL Keys are experienced by visitors from around the globe. A guide has been developed with funding from the FL DEP's […]
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Yesterday was our last day of coral camp! We’ve had a lot...

Yesterday was our last day of coral camp! We’ve had a lot of fun and made a lot of friends. We will miss our campers and hope they have a great school year!! #reefrelief #coralcamp #friendship #friends #kids via Instagram http://ift.tt/1rFqtir from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1pnDDlf via IFTTT Share
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Great poster by @wwf ! #stopsharkfinning #stopfinning...

Great poster by @wwf ! #stopsharkfinning #stopfinning #sharkweek #sharksarefriendsnotfood via Instagram http://ift.tt/1t2ELui from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1nVZk7j via IFTTT Share
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Today on our last snorkeling day with @furykeywest we saw a sea...

Today on our last snorkeling day with @furykeywest we saw a sea urchin, reef sharks, groupers, a nurse shark, a sea turtle, a lionfish and so much more! Thank you to the wonderful staff who helped make this summer amazing for our campers #reefrelief #coralcamp #summerfun #summercamp #lionfish #seaturtle #grouper #nurseshark #sharkweek #reefshark via Instagram […]
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EPA water quality standards and methods related to bacteria in marine waters are evolving

  In 2012, EPA modified its recommended Recreational Water Quality Criteria. In 2013, EPA updated its beach sanitary survey manual. In 2013, EPA developed a rapid microbiological method for ambient waters. Currently, EPA is revising National Beach Guidance and Required Performance Criteria for Grants. Comments are due May 28, 2014. Later in 2014, a public […]
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Department of Environmental Protection Caloosahatchee TMDL Meeting

 Meeting to receive public comments on:   1) a draft nutrient and dissolved oxygen (DO) total maximum daily load (TMDL) report for impaired waters in the Caloosahatchee River Basin, to be adopted in Rule 62-304.800, F.A.C. and   2) having the nutrient TMDLs, if adopted, constitute site specific numeric interpretations of the narrative nutrient criterion […]
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Today was our last field trip to the...

Today was our last field trip to the @keywestwildlifecenter ! We will miss the wonderful staff and Charlie the chicken via Instagram http://ift.tt/1sZMsSX from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1vIYYuI via IFTTT Share
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mucholderthen: SHARKS and TROPHIC CASCADESWhat Happens When...

mucholderthen: SHARKS and TROPHIC CASCADESWhat Happens When Sharks Disappear?Infographics by Lily Williams Lily Williams stuff (prints etc) is available at Society6 … from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1kBrx8p via IFTTT Share
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Thai Airways bans shark fin from cargo flights - Channel NewsAsia

Thai Airways bans shark fin from cargo flights – Channel NewsAsia: mothbug: Thai Airways has… from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1kBrzx8 via IFTTT Share
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sallysnowglobe: There are different stages to the shark fin...

sallysnowglobe: There are different stages to the shark fin trade, weather you are the one eating shark fin soup, making it, or you’re the fisherman being seduced by the money of a buyer to kill sharks, action by anyone within these levels against the trade can and will help stop this barbaric delicacy.    About 73 […]
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vive-veg: This is what happens for the purveyors of “shark fin...

vive-veg: This is what happens for the purveyors of “shark fin soups” -fishermen cut off the fins while the shark is alive, throw it back in the ocean, where they soon drown. A waste, and why many sharks are endangered. from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1uOTDh5 via IFTTT Share
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New photo from Facebook August 12, 2014 at 01:00PM

Are you an underwater photographer? Contribute your images to Reef Relief’s work. Images will be added to our website photos page with credit and may be used for other materials related to our work. Email images with your name, where and when the images were taken to reefrelief@gmail.com or call us at (305) 294-3100. Image: […]
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Check out these organizations for ways to get involved...

Check out these organizations for ways to get involved #sharksarefriendsnotfood #stopfinning #sharkweek via Instagram http://ift.tt/1sRqQIl from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1A8zqpE via IFTTT Share
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Day 2 of #sharkweek !! We as humans kill too many sharks...

Day 2 of #sharkweek !! We as humans kill too many sharks every hour #stopfinning #sharksarefriendsnotfood via Instagram http://ift.tt/1vz3Xhf from Tumblr http://ift.tt/1oq5Nx9 via IFTTT Share
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