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Miami Waterkeeper

Miami Waterkeeper

July 8, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

. The turquoise water of Biscayne Bay stretches 35 miles up the coastline of South Florida. Residents and visitors use the scenic body of water for diving, fishing, snorkeling, swimming, and, of course, boating. Biscayne Bay is “the jewel of our city, and it helps drive the economy,” says Miami Waterkeeper Executive Director Rachel Silverstein. […]

Working Hard: Florida Youths Pursue Careers In The Marine Industry

Working Hard: Florida Youths Pursue Careers In The Marine Industry

May 1, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

  Imagine a job that allows you to work on the water, follow your dreams, and earn a respectable salary while you’re at it. More young men and women throughout Florida are finding that working as a marine mechanic may be the road to a fulfilling career and financial stability. The industry is booming in […]

Non-Profit Helps People with Disabilities Set Sail

Non-Profit Helps People with Disabilities Set Sail

January 22, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

If the goal of Shake-A-Leg Miami (SALM) is to empower adults and children with disabilities and make them feel they can take to the water with confidence, then this non-profit organization is exceeding it. Thanks to a partnership with the City of Miami, SALM has created a premiere community boating center in South Florida that […]