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The state of our oceans, rivers and lakes. Southern Boating cares deeply about preserving the environment and the oceans we enjoy so much. Sea Watch has updates on reefs, national parks, conservation, climate and more.
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Time will tell whether artificial reefs can replace some of the millions of acres of reefs that have already been lost. Reefs, especially coral reefs, are...
The wind farm off the shores of Block Island, Rhode Island harnesses wind power for the small island.

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Harvesting the Wind: Offshore wind power farms come to America. Man has been utilizing wind power for thousands of years. Sailboats date back to the Roman Empire. Windmills...
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On a Mission: Heroes plant 500 corals in a single day assist in coral restoration. Stellar scientists, hero veterans and future leaders recently planted 500...
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Sustainable seafood supports a healthy marine ecosystem with better food options. Many of us flock to the coasts during the summer to enjoy swimming, boating,...

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