RECENT NEWS

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Recent News Releases

From Tampa Bay Watch

 

8-31-17 Volunteer Boaters Needed for 24th Annual Fishing Line Cleanup

 

9-20-17 Tampa Bay Watch Partners with Everyday Hero Project and Operation Float for Hurricane Irma relief efforts

 

8-26-17 Attention Boaters! Participate in Tampa Bay’s Treasure Hunt: The 24th Annual Great Bay Scallop Search is August 26

 

7-17-17 228 Derelict Crab Traps Removed from Tampa Bay in Blue Crab Fishery Closure

 

7-15-17 Derelict Crab Trap Removal Planned for Blue Crab Fishery Closure

 

4-22-17 Catalina Day of Service to benefit Tampa Bay Watch for Earth Day

 

3-24-17 Save the Date for Tarpon Rodeo!

 

1-31-17 Bay Life Art Show Dates Set

 

1-17-17 Tampa Bay Watch Announces New Board Officers

 

11-09-16 Monofilament Fishing Line Cleanup Results

 

10-31-16 Success Story at Skyway Pier

 

10-15-16 Ryan Nece Foundation to Help Restore Fantasy Island

 

9-23-16 Watermarks Event

 

8-17-16 Cure on Wheels

 

8-20-16 Great Bay Scallop Search is August 20

 

7-9-16 Volunteers Needed for Cleanup After Holiday Weekend

 

6-8-16 Blue Carbon Study Supports Tampa Bay Habitat Restoration and Resiliency Planning

 

6-2-16 Limited Entries Available for Tarpon Rodeo

 

3-1-16 Volunteers Needed for Fantasy Island Oyster Shell Project

 

1-23-16 Derelict Crab Trap Removal Planned for January 23

 

10-20-15 400 Volunteers Needed for Salt Marsh Planting

 

9-15-15 Fishing Line Cleanup

 

8-22-15 Great Bay Scallop Search

 

7-11-15 Derelict Crab Trap Removal

 

5-16-15 CITGO Sponsors Planting at Largest Restoration Site

 

4-22-15 Coca-Cola Helps Restore McKay Bay

 

4-22-15 Break a Bat, Plant a Ball!

 

4-16-15 Shell Key Pass

 

 

News Articles & Video Clips

from our media partners

 

9-14-17 Fishing Line Cleanup Runs Sept. 23 - Oct. 1, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

8-24-17 Great Bay Scallop Search, News Channel 8

 

8-22-17 Seagrass: Rainforests of the Sea, Anna Maria Island Sun

 

8-22-17 'Devastation': Sea level rise, hurricane hit makes Tampa Bay most vulnerable, 10News

 

8-2-2017 BE SAFE Inc. helps remove derelict crab traps, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

6-25-17 Tampa Bay Business Movers and Shakers, Tampa Bay Times

 

5-15-17 Florida Shorebird Alliance members conduct bird count on Spoil Island 3D (w/video), Tampa Bay Times

 

5-15-17 Empire Oyster Bar Gives Back to Tampa Bay, St. Pete Rising

 

5-6-17 Earth Watch: Tampa Bay Watch, Fox 13's Lindsay Milbourne

 

3-30-17 Entries available for 12th Annual Ed Alber Tarpon Rodeo

 

2-4-16 Angry about Emoji, the dead baby manatee? Here's what you can do to help

 

2-2-17 Pearls of Wisdom: Oyster Club, Tampa Bay Times

 

11-23-16 Volunteering in the Bay, The Oracle

 

10-14-16 Building an Oyster Reef, Tampa Bay Times

 

10-1-16 Invisible snares: Stray fishing line poses constant danger to seabirds, Tampa Bay Times

 

9-8-16 Give Back: Build an Oyster Bar, Tampa Bay Times

 

8-21-16 Tampa Bay Watch holds annual Great Bay Scallop Scallop Search, Bay News 9

 

8-18-16 Take It Outside Planner, Tampa Bay Times

 

8-10-16 Great Bay Scallop Search Set for August 20, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

7-21-16 All Eyes sneak peek: Tampa Bay Watch presents 'Watermarks: A Nature Photography Exhibition,' Tampa Bay Times

 

7-20-16 Modern Nautical Wedding at Tampa Bay Watch, Inc, Borrowed & Blue

 

7-8-16 Volunteers to clean up Coquina Beach this Saturday, Bradenton Herald

 

6-21-16 Volunteers Needed for Cleanup after Fourth of July, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

5-1-16 St. Pete's $20 million gamble: Growing seagrass for money, Tampa Bay Times

 

4-20-16 Tampa Bay Watch sponsors program on Shell Key Pass, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

4-20-16 Migrating sand building up around Tierra Verde, Fox 13 News

 

4-13-16 Indian Rocks Beach partnership leads to Beachfest, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

4-12-16 Climate Change: Across Tampa Bay, organizations mobilize around sea level rise, 83 Degrees Media

 

4-11-16 Tampa Bay's largest ecosystem restoration reaches completion, Tampa Tribune

 

3-18-16 Elegant, Blue Coastal Chic St, Pete Style Wedding, Marry Me Tampa Bay

 

3-17-16 Students see marine life on field trips, Warrior Record

 

3-16-16 Old Fishing Gear and Marine Debris Processed to Produce Energy at Pinellas County Energy-from-Waste Facility, PR Newswire

 

2-17-16 Report: Excessive summer rain damaged health of Tampa Bay, Tampa Tribune

 

2-10-16 Salt Marsh Nursery Brings Real Life Learning to the Classroom, Tampa Tribune

 

12-9-15 Rock Ponds restoration project beginning to yield results for nature, man, Tampa Bay Times

 

12-2015 A “PLUG” FOR COASTAL RESTORATION, FWC Field Notes

 

12/17/15 CITGO Employees Lead Volunteers at Record-Setting Environmental Restoration Event. PR Newswire

 

12/16/2015 Nautical Tampa Bay Wedding. Borrowed & Blue Blog

 

12/15/15 McKay Bay: Your oyster bar is ready! Tampa Electric Blog

 

11-1-15 Shell Key Dilemma: What--if anything--to do about the closed-in pass, St. Petersburg Tribune

 

10-27-15 Sandy problem in Shell Key stranding boats, WTSP 10 News

 

10-21-15 Marine biologist presents alternatives for Sand Key pass, Tampa Bay Newspapers

 

10-11-15 Something Is Killing Shell Key's Nature Preserve -- But What Is It?, Tampa Bay Times

 

10-9-15 Restoring Marine Habitat with 36 tons of oyster shells, Tampa Bay Times

 

10-8-15 Oktoberfest season hits Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay Times

 

9-25-15 Sea Level Rise, What's Our Next Move? Tampa Tribune

 

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