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Over 111,000 Invasive Lionfish Removed From Florida Waters

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission announced today that over 111,000 invasive Lionfish have been removed from Florida waters since May of 2016. Pretty awesome but it is important to note that figure is only considering documented Lionfish removals. In all likelihood many more Lionfish have...
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“Sunken Conservation” at Blue Ocean Film Festival

We at TISIRI are proud to announce that our documentary "Sunken Conservation" was screened at the prestigious Blue Ocean Film Festival this November. The Blue Ocean Film Festival is a top international film hosting event that features environmental focused productions. Many other fantastic films were screened...
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Reef Service Video Takes 1st Place!

A segment from the TISIRI television show production "Sunken Conservation" recently took first place in the Swim Shorts Film Festival. The video entered into the contest was titled "Reef Habitat Service" and featured the hands-on underwater conservation efforts of TISIRI divers. We were grateful for the...
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Statewide Invasive Lionfish Awareness And Removal Weekend

This May, the weekend of the 16th and 17th will be dedicated to statewide Lionfish removal and awareness activities. Coastal counties around the state will be harvesting Lionfish in an attempt to remove as many of the invasive critters as possible. Watch the brief promotional video...
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Mudville Grille Aquatic Habitat Discussion Imagery

2-11-15The images and videos below are the slides used in the presentation at Mudville Grille regarding northeast Florida aquatic habitat projects. A big thanks to all those that came out. The presentation included a detailed discussion of the latest St John's River reef projects, updates on...
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St. Johns River Reef Complete… Project Video Story

The purpose of the this project was to create habitat benefitting the river environment while providing a recreational fishing destination. The total deployment took 18 barge loads to the two permitted reef sites (the Coastal Conservation Association Reef and the George Holt Reef) over a two week time frame. Below is the video story that shows much of the efforts in making this project a reality.
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