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scallop release 2013
Ed Chiles — Mick Coleman Scallop seeding sponsors.
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Asphalt cleanup Indian Beach, Sarasota Bay
Asphalt cleanup Indian Beach, Sarasota Bay
Diverse community outreach.
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7th Annual Fishing Line Cleanup

Who: Volunteers like you who love to make a difference! When: Saturday, October 10th 2015 at 8:30 – 12:30 Where: Launching from Sarasota Sailing Squadron How: Sign up at Registration:...
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Thank You SBW Citizen Scientists

Thank you SBW Citizen Scientists for your dedicated work in the 8th Annual Scallop Search. The 2015 Scallop Search Results: 31 large live scallops and 220+ recently dead scallop shells This...
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Fifth Annual Scallopalooza

This is the event that raises the funds for the scallop restoration in Sarasota Bay. Enjoy a fun social evening with delicious food, entertainment, a beautiful venue and participate in silent...
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2015 Scallop Release

January 17th, 2015 — SBW volunteers and Mote Marine Lab scientists released 2 million scallop larvae into Sarasota Bay. This begins our third scallop restoration season working with the Bay Shellfish...
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SBW 2014 Accomplishments

In 2014 SBW volunteers contributed over 2,500 hours of time to our many community outreach and educational programs and activities. More than $50,000 of funds and services were donated, including 25K from the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund. In addition we hosted six on the water volunteer events and continued to grow our valuable community partnerships.

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