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CAMA Web Article Archives - 2008 Archives
  • Living Shorelines: Natural Protections of Florida's Coasts (12/19/08)
    Living shorelines use natural shoreline features such as saltmarshes, mangroves and other native plants to protect shorelines from erosion and preserve natural habitats.
     
  • Unlock the Doors to a Great Dive Vacation (12/1/08)
    The Florida Keys are a dive destination with plenty to offer novice and expert divers with their clear waters, coral reefs and shipwrecks.
     
  • Come Test the Waters (11/7/08)
    Join the Charlotte Harbor Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Network or one like it and help measure the health of the estuary.
     
  • Birds, Bikes and History (10/17/08)
    Explore the outdoors through tours at Florida's National Estuarine Research Reserves.
     
  • Enjoy the Islands! (9/29/08)
    Volunteers enhance spoil islands by removing exotics and adding recreational areas.
     
  • Celebrating Florida's Estuaries (9/12/08)
    Estuaries are yours to enjoy and yours to protect. Join the nation on September 27, 2008 to celebrate National Estuaries Day.
     
  • Celebrating 30 Years of Coastal Stewardship
    Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve was established near Naples and officially designated in 1978.
     
  • Participate in the International Coastal Cleanup - Saturday, September 20, 2008
    Help protect Florida and join thousands of volunteers across the state to pick up litter and debris along Florida’s coast, rivers, lakes and wetlands.
     
  • The Importance of Florida's Ocean and Coastal Economy (8/25/08)
    The ocean is an important part of Florida’s character, shaping our economy and quality of life. It is important for us to understand how we impact ocean and coastal resources and learn to use them sustainably.
     
  • Water Weeds (7/30/08)
    Invasive plants are a major problem in our subtropical paradise. Find out how to help keep freshwater invasive plants from spreading.
     
  • Swimming Seashells (7/14/08)
    Seafood lovers in the Big Bend take to the waters during bay scallop season.
     
  • International Year of the Reef
    IYOR is a global effort to increase awareness and understanding of coral reefs and support conservation, research and management efforts.
     
  • Florida Hosts the International Coral Reef Symposium (6/13/08)
    The 11th International Coral Reef Symposium is the world's largest conference devoted to coral reef science and will be held in Florida for the first time in more than 30 years.
     
  • Volunteering for Sea Turtle Patrols (5/21/08)
    Volunteers are an important part of the effort to protect nesting sea turtles in St. Joseph Bay.
     
  • Protecting Florida's Wild Dolphins (5/1/08)
    A few simple rules can help protect dolphins and yourself.
     
  • Earth Day, April 22, 2008 (4/1/08)
    Florida celebrates environmental citizenship in our communities, schools, homes and businesses in the 37th annual Earth Day.
     
  • "LIFE" at the Reserves (3/17/08)
    The Learning in Florida's Environment (LIFE) Program allows students to have hands-on experience with the environment.
     
  • Oceans Day 2008 (3/1/08)
    On Wednesday, March 12, Florida will celebrate Oceans Day at the Capitol.
     
  • Shark Research (2/15/08)
    Research studies in Florida are exploring how shark behavior and health reflect their environment and how we can help.
     
  • A Plan For Protection (1/22/08)
    The Governor and Cabinet adopt revised Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Management Plan.

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