Thanks to VW and our teacher leader, Jim Watson, we had a fantastic workshop on Sapelo Island. Check out the prezi and watch for more pictures. THANKS, VW!! Prezi Link: http://prezi.com/9jbvqbtqgph3/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share
About Mary Beth Sutton
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Entries by Mary Beth Sutton
WHAT A WEEK!! We started this week in the 95 degree sun working with Clean Vibes on our REcovery of reusable goods at Bonnaroo. The rest of the week, we welcomed lots of new visitors to the shop and put together more tents than anyone thought possible! Thanks so much to the volunteers who helped […]
The 2015 report on MesoAmerican Reef Health shows some progress, but many sites are still in critical condition. The MAR has more protected areas and more herbivorous fish, very important to control the algae that competes with the coral cover. Get the info for yourself: http://www.healthyreefs.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/MAR-EN-small.pdf
I challenge every business owner to really consider the benefits of stormwater green infrastructure. You can be like those who argue that they could never afford to implement the new stormwater regulations and that it will be bad for business, or you could really learn about green infrastructure and find out how GREAT it can […]
About seven years ago, maybe even more, I had the honor of first bringing Kids for Clean Water activities to the then Scenic Land School. I think I learned more than the kids during that first experience. This is an incredibly special place. When we started working on further protecting Mountain Creek through stormwater green infrastructure, […]
Sara and Hannah have interned with us this semester and graduated yesterday! Matt interned with us last summer. We are so proud of them!! We love our connection with UTC Departments of Environmental Science, Engineering, Outdoor Recreation and Business! We couldn’t do our projects without you!
Dennery Caribbean SEA young adults helping with whiptail survey on Maria Islands with Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the National Trust of St Lucia!
Come join us for some Caribbean fun at the Bessie Smith Hall this Friday, May 1st. Calypso band with steel drum music and good Caribbean food from Mrs. B’s Reggae Cafe, Dish T’ Pass, and Tom Kale’s amazing cooking skills!! and yes, there will be rum. and other libations, even a delicious and healthy fruit […]
Caribbean SEA is excited and proud to be a regional partner in the IWeco project!! It will focus on positive watershed change in communities across the Caribbean! “In recognition of World Earth Day and following the announcement of the approval of the GEF IWEco Project, UNEP is delighted to share this video announcing the Project’s approval. The […]
In honor of World Water Week, the Stockholm World Water Institute is asking for nominations for the Best Water Idea of All Time. I think I have to vote for the toilet……
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