Dr. Les Behrends, our technical director, and I got back from Dominica two weeks ago…..the wastewater garden was nearly complete by the time we left. We are honorary citizens of the village of Mero now..everyone was so wonderful and most have so little to live on. One guy told Les that “He believed in hard […]
About Mary Beth Sutton
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We were delighted to have 5 restaurants and one individual, Tom Kale, enter our inaugural salsa contest. The restaurants made some awesome salsa and it was obvious that people are very partial to different salsa tastes. It nearly ended up a 6 way tie, but truly, we had a 3 way tie for first place […]
It’s not too easy pulling off an event after delaying it because of snow. It simply would not have been possible without the help of so many folks….esp Connie, Annette, and Angela! Without them, this party would not have happened! Then add Larry, John, Susan, Rebekah, Melissa, Lavonda, Emmy, Maria, Christine, Corinne, Nancy, Mary, and […]
But we now know it was the right thing to do. In Tennessee, 5 inches of snow followed by .3 inch of ice just shuts everything down! Our electricity didn’t return until Sunday night. I can’t thank our organizing committee enough….they are simply awesome! We have rescheduled the Beach Party for MARCH 5th….and it will […]
In Mabouya Valley, St Lucia, a wonderful cadre of teachers spent a week of their summer vacation learning interactive teaching methods from Al Stenstrup of Project Learning Tree (www.plt.org) , Dr. Padgett Kelly from Middle Tennessee State University and the National Marine Educators Association and me. They even began to implement what they had learned […]
Woohoo! Happy New Year and thanks to everyone who has helped us with time, talent or treasure! Jack Johnson’s charitable organization has just informed us that they are making a small contribution toward our work! Every contribution helps and we certainly appreciate it!
Caribbean SEA is celebrating our 5th anniversary this month! It is heartening to think of all the fabulous people and organizations that have made our success possible. It’s a tribute to all of us working together to protect the water environments of the Caribbean….from our first sponsors TVIG, Carilec, Cox Wood Products, Lucelec, and Project […]
Caribbean SEA is now an official St. Lucian company! Our office is based at the Carilec office in Castries and we appreciate their partnership so very much. We needed a local base of operations so that we can work more closely with our island partners and funders. See you in St Lucia!
After participating in Outdoor Chattanooga’s Outdoor Expo and going to the EcoExpo put on by Brewer Media, it is heartening to see such a diverse group of people who understand and are working to improve our environment. Look at the diversity of people involved in clean water…from our groups TenneSEA and Caribbean SEA where students […]
Caribbean students from St. Lucia, Dominica, Jamaica, and Curacao have all been involved in actively protecting their fresh water resources and therefore, their coral reef habitats! We appreciate everyone who helps guide us and the kids….we can’t do it alone. If we all work together to keep our water clean, there is no doubt in […]
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