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2014 Ocean Reef Beach Festival

2014 Ocean Reef Beach Festival

by PureOceanTV.com

The Third Annual Ocean-Reef-Beach Festival Pelican Beach Park in Satellite Beach December 6, 2014   ‘’Celebrate the Ocean Lifestyle’’ The 3rdAnnual Ocean Reef Beach Festival is coming to Pelican Beach Park in Satellite Beach on December 6th, 2014. The...

Green Horizons – Blog 9 – Coming Home

Green Horizons – Blog 9 – Coming Home

by PureOceanTV.com

Uninhabited Powell Cay provided lush, rainforest-like walking trails to its desolate shoreline where only boaters are privileged to explore the beautiful white sand beaches. Jake and I encountered a friendly hummingbird along our walk back that hung out, buzzing close by...

Green Horizons-Blog 6-Making Connections

Green Horizons-Blog 6-Making Connections

by PureOceanTV.com

    Now we are sitting in one of the largest cities in the Bahamas, Marsh Harbor, the hub of the Abacos. We are on a mission to find fresh food and the people  who grow it. We chose to have...

2013 Ocean Reef Beach Festival

2013 Ocean Reef Beach Festival

by PureOceanTV.com

  PureOceanTV.com wants to invite you to the 2013 Ocean-Reef-Beach Festival!! Building an annual tradition, the Ocean-Reef-Beach Festival returns to Pelican Beach Park on December 7th, 2013. Even more fun, food, music, art, activities, and education are planned –...

Florida Holiday Lobster

Florida Holiday Lobster

by Chip Curry

On this day, the boys drove south to a secret reef, offshore from the beach. They will often make the half mile passage in a kayak or simply pull a dive buoy from the beach. This area is not the best place...

Reef on the Ropes, but there is Still Hope for the World!

Reef on the Ropes, but there is Still Hope for the World!

by Chip Curry

This is natural beach front that was purchased and preserved by the city and citizens of Satellite Beach, Florida. Can you take one look at this photo and realize that this is not a prime building location? Not everyone can. It...

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...

SUP Fishing for Redfish in the Thousand Islands (Cocoa Beach, Florida)

SUP Fishing for Redfish in the Thousand Islands (Cocoa Beach, Florida)

by PureOceanTV.com

                      Stand-Up Paddle fishing for Redfish in the Thousand Islands (Cocoa Beach, Florida) on April 1st, 2012 with local fishermen TJ Gaudy. Hope you enjoy the video! Check us out...

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...

Anglers for Conservation’s Eco-scape day

by PureOceanTV.com

The Anglers for Conservation’s Ecoscape Day brings kids and their families together to the west shore of the Indian River Lagoon in a volunteer effort to improve a community cornerstone, the Ted Moorehead Lagoon House. Together attendees learn the...

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