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Category Archives: Grants and Projects
Jekyll Island Outreach
We recently went to Jekyll Island to meet with our Georgia Sea Turtle Center Marine Debris Initiative partner, Jeannie Miller, and attend the Green Screen event put on by EcoFest Film Fesitval, Georgia Sea Grant (partners Jill Gamble and Lisa … Continue reading
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Georgia Sea Turtle Center Marine Debris Citizen Science Program
The mobility of marine and land debris has created a global problem that has local solutions. The Georgia Sea Turtle Center (GSTC) Marine Debris Citizen Science program was created in 2012 and is funded by the Southeast Atlantic Marine Debris … Continue reading
Posted in Grants and Projects, Marine Debris Characterization, Mobile Applications Tagged Citizen Science, Georgia Sea Turtle Center, Jekyll Island, Marine Debris Tracker, NOAA Marine Debris Program Comments Off on Georgia Sea Turtle Center Marine Debris Citizen Science Program
First boat disposal for Clean Marine Beaufort project and World Oceans Celebration!
We love to see citizens incorporated into this art project using marine debris and it is exciting to see how one of the SEA-MDI projects is expanding! Here is the update, courtesy of Amber Von Harten of SC Sea Grant. … Continue reading
Posted in Grants and Projects, Uncategorized Tagged ARTworks, Beaufort County, Beaufort County Arts Council, Marine debris art, SC Sea Grant, World Oceans Day Comments Off on First boat disposal for Clean Marine Beaufort project and World Oceans Celebration!
Ribbon cutting for North Carolina Big Sweep Project
On May 17, 2012 the kickoff for the SEA-MDI sponsored Tracking Monofilament Line Recycling to Make a Difference for Our Wildlife project occurred with a ceremonial ribbon cutting. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Thursday, May 17, 2012 – 11 a.m. Southport Marina … Continue reading
Posted in Grants and Projects, Marine Debris Characterization Tagged Clean Marina, Judy Bolin, monofilament line recycling, North Carolina Big Sweep, Southport Marina Comments Off on Ribbon cutting for North Carolina Big Sweep Project
Southeast Marine Debris Projects Funded
SEA-MDI is excited to fund the following marine debris projects in NC, GA and SC. The projects began March 1, 2012 and will go through February 28, 2013. And there will be one more opportunity for funding, so keep watching … Continue reading
Posted in Grants and Projects Tagged funding opportunity, Georgia Marine Extension Service, Georgia Sea Grant, Georgia Sea Turtle Center, grant, marine debris, North Carolina, North Carolina Big Sweep, SC Sea Grant, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, South Carolina Comments Off on Southeast Marine Debris Projects Funded