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Save Our Reef, Save Your World

Save Our Reef, Save Your World

by Chip Curry

Beach re-nourishment never works! The Native Americans have a philosophy we would all do well to adopt, “Live peacefully on the earth and leave a soft footprint.” Those of us who are trying to avoid adverse impact are being overpowered by...

Eau Gallie Arts District – Call for mural artists!

by Chip Curry

I heard about the “EGAD” call for mural artists from the Brevard Cultural Alliance. I have been working with them for years. When I worked at Devereux, they helped us organize and fund the annual “Faces Without Names” Devereux...

July 23, 2012 – Kaikoura Coastline

by dkchittock

The trees and shrubs swam through fog as I poked my head outside to test for a morning frost.  Satisfied with my packing for the day, I joined friends and began the drive north to Kaikoura.  A unique peninsula...

How to Become a Dynamic Activist for a Good Cause in One Easy Lesson

by Chip Curry

In a blog on Pure Ocean TV.com, Kendrick Chittock, who is studying in New Zealand, introduced us to the Maori concept of “kaitiakitanga”. Roughly translated, it is “local stewardship of places with ecological and spiritual value”. Native Americans have...

June 29th, 2012 – Kaitiakitanga

by dkchittock

Hello POTV readers, I hope you are enjoying the summer months because down here it is coooold.  It has been in the single digits!  Well, that is in celsius… but still.  First off, here are a few pictures of...

Pure ocean TV.com – A Great Place to Start!

by Chip Curry

This is my first installment on Pure Ocean TV. Things are finally coming together. I am excited by the possibilities. In life, I have traveled far enough down the road that I am slowing and getting beat down. I’ve...

Fisheries Management: Cooperative between Fishermen and Government?

by Capt. Rodney Smith

Building a Sustainable Fishery The upcoming South Atlantic Fishery Management Council meeting will take place at Orlando’s Renaissance Orlando Airport Hotel June 11-15. The meeting will present a valuable opportunity to both improve recreational offshore fishing, and also kick-start...

Brevard Surf Fishing Forecast- May 2012

by Capt. Rodney Smith

May is typically the calmest month of the year on Florida’s Space Coast. It is the perfect time in the perfect place to hold the first Space Coast International Surf Fishing Tournament! Many species including delicious whiting, pompano, sheepshead,...

May 2, 2012 – To which destination do we rush?

by dkchittock

As the days continue to extend and the temperature continues to rise in North America, the winter is fast approaching down here in the southern hemisphere.  I have had some warm days over the last two years but have not...

No Motor Zone – Florida’s Little Secret

by Capt. Rodney Smith

The Florida that was once quiet and vacant has become busy and semi-cluttered. Traffic and highways, buildings and pavement occupy more and more space each day. It’s now difficult to remember those days when we could walk across what...

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