How to Blue Friday

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As you relax after a great Thanksgiving meal, you might be wondering how you should spend Black Friday. But standing in long lines after desperately scrambling to try and get that new TV? Too stressful. So we challenge you this year to spend your Black Friday differently with Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s annual Blue Friday event! …

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12 Ways to Keep On Giving

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Shopping for loved ones during the holiday season can be taxing and exhausting, especially when inundated with shopping choices. Every year, the pressure to find the perfect gift increases. But how do you choose the right gift with so many options and discount shopping days? It’s easy — give a gift that keeps on giving. During …

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Come SWIM with LMC!

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We’ve got a case of wanderlust and we know you do too. Wanderlust- a word, a lifestyle, and a feeling that any traveler knows all too well.  For an experienced traveler it sets in almost instantly as you return home. It’s an overwhelming burning sense of desire to pack up your bags and travel at a …

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Chief Conservation Officer attends International Coastal Cleanup Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting

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  Last week, I joined Ocean Conservancy (OC) in Hong Kong for their International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting. The global event, hosted by The Hong Kong Cleanup and Ecozine, brought ICC leaders and coordinators together to achieve the following goals: Celebrate 30 years of cleanups Share best practices from around the region Inspire greater coordination …

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Silent but Sneaky: How the North Atlantic Garbage Patch Threatens Marine Life

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Written by Meg Teuber, LMC College Ambassador, Clemson University Many people are familiar with the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a large mass of plastics floating in the North Pacific that stretches wider than Texas. The reason for this accumulation? The North Pacific Gyre, which is formed by four prevailing ocean currents in the northern Pacific, …

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