More about Save Water, Drink Wine/in Caribbean, CaribbeanSEA, Clean Water, TenneSEA, Water Quality, wine/by Naomi
Read more about Save Water, Drink Wine and how it helps our streams in this Mountain Mirror article.
Save Water, Drink Wine – 2016/in Clean Water, Domestic, Kids, TenneSEA, Water Quality, wine/by Naomi
Please join us
on February 6th from 6:00 to 8:30 pm
at The Barn Nursery
Save Water, Drink Wine extravaganza.
Wine tasting and tapas !! All proceeds go to Kids 4 Clean Water.
Tell all your Friends!
Get your tickets here!
TenneSEA’s Mary Beth Sutton featured in Get Out Chattanooga Magazine/in Caribbean, CaribbeanSEA, Clean Water, TenneSEA, toilets/by Naomi
We attended the Media and Youth Workshop in Trinidad in 2014/in Caribbean, Clean Water, Conservation/by Mary Beth Sutton
What does the Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance do? Where do we go? Well – we were invited to speak and teach in Trinidad and Tobago!
A description of the Workshop:
The workshop was executed under the GWP-C’s Water, Climate and Development Programme (WACDEP).
Save Water, Drink Wine February 7th/in Clean Water, Donations, Uncategorized, wine/by Mary Beth Sutton
Save the date and invite your friends! The Barn Nursery is again opening its doors for us to celebrate the need for clean water across the world! Join us for Save Water, Drink Wine at 6pm on Saturday, February 7th in the greenhouses of the Barn Nursery! Sample wines from Dahlonega to Argentina thanks to Panoram Imports, Horizon Wine and Spirits, and Three Sisters, Wolf Mountain, and Cavender Creek Vineyards in Dahlonega!#savewaterdrinkwine15
LifeCycle of a Drop of Water/in Clean Water, TenneSEA/by Mary Beth Sutton
You’ve probably all see the lifecycle of water as a poster…What about a popup Picture book?
Revolution ( Life Cycle of a Drop of Water). from Chris Turner on Vimeo.
CMS is now a Sponsor of Caribbean SEA/in Clean Water/by Mary Beth Sutton
We have a new Sponsor!
From their website: “CMS is a dynamic and innovative company, specializing in onshore and inshore piling, construction and marine engineering within the Caribbean Region. We install pilings which we design to suit each environment in which we work. The customization and use of non traditional, state-of-the-art piling systems ensures minimal environmental impact, increased installation speed, minimal material wastage and consequently a lower project cost for our clients
It’s never too late to be a sponsor and help provide clean water and environmental education
Mankote Mangrove in St Lucia/in Clean Water, education, st lucia/by Mary Beth Sutton
Something else fun that we do? How about Mangroves.
What’s a Mangrove? From Wikipedia: Mangroves are various large and extensive types of trees up to medium height and shrubs that grow in saline coastal sediment habitats in the tropics andsubtropics – mainly between latitudes 25° N and 25° S. The remaining mangrove forest areas of the world in 2000 was 53,190 square miles (137,760 km²) spanning 118 countries and territories.
Caribbean SEA Assisted with field studies at Makote Mangrove, the only real protected mangrove in St Lucia which saw such drought this year that the entire mangrove was dry, even the pond. Our camps this summer also went there and our kids are helping with trash clean ups ….it has become quite the repository of trash both from dumping and floating plastic.
Caribbean SEA Video on Kids 4 Coral 2014 at Ti Kaye/in Clean Water, Donations, st lucia/by Mary Beth Sutton
This work was helped sponsored by this donation .
Snorkeling with kids where trash is the theme.
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