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The Next Chapter

Micaela Kimmett, A Rising Tide Scholar

Winner-winner, seafood dinner! Hi, I'm Mica and I'm one of the lucky TIDES 2 scholarship recipients!

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Channel Islands - An MPA?

Klara Fejer, Ocean First Eduation

What is a marine protected area without diligent management and patrol?

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Deadly Tides

Michael Rice, Ocean First Education

Florida has been hit with an extraordinarily large bloom of red algae.

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Too Much of a Good Thing

Catherine E. Christopher, Ocean First Education

If you’ve ever been to the beach on the east coast of FL chances are you’ve observed seaweed on the beach.

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A Whole New World

Andrew Patil, A Rising Tide Scholar

About 7 months ago, I was just a normal student in the land-locked state of Colorado with wild dreams.

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Recycle. It Matters.

Marlee Glasgow, Ocean First Education Advocate

It happens almost every week: I go to my apartment’s dumpster to dispose of my carefully sorted recycling bin and there it is.

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Making the Connection

Mehgan Heaney-Grier, Ocean First Education Advocate

Floating on the surface of the water in the National Marine Sanctuary,off of Key Largo in the Florida Keys, my breathing is deep and relaxed.

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A Rising Tide, Developing Scuba Divers

Matt Abraxas, Ocean First Education Advocate

We didn’t know a lot about any of the kids selected to be our A Rising Tide scholars.

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Water Down the Drain

Michael Rice, Ocean First Education

How little water can one person use per day?

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Changing Tides

Catherine E. Christopher, Ocean First Education

When you think about the ocean, you very rarely connect it with Boulder, Colorado. Why would you?

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Love of the Ocean

Lynna Kaucheck, Ocean First Education Advocate

The summer after third grade my paternal grandparents drove my sister and I from our home in Michigan, across the country, to British Columbia.

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A Rising Tide, Episode 1 - The Premiere

Matt Abraxas, Ocean First Education Advocate

For the past 3 months, production for the new documentary series, A Rising Tide, has been underway.

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Citizen Science

Michael Rice, Ocean First Education

How you can help scientists without needing a PhD.
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The Revillagigedo Islands

Klara Fejer, Ocean First Education

The Revillagigedo Islands. Go ahead and practice that one because you’re going to want to learn more about them.

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How education has changed my perception of the environment

Alysia Prater, Ocean First Education Advocate

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Conserve. Compost. Be conscious. Protect.