Thursday, January 24, 2019

Oceans Are Getting Louder, Posing Potential Threats to Marine Life

Increasing ship traffic, sonar and seismic air gun blasts now planned for offshore drilling may be disrupting migration, reproduction and even the chatter of the seas’ creatures. 

Sesmic testing is millions of time louder that the largest cargo vessels plying the planets oceans

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Coming up - our first Moore's Creek Cleanup of 2019!! 

Join us on this beautiful restored urban waterway.  For more information call 772-528-0677

Moore's Creek Linear Park / North 10th Street Park/ between C & D

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Moore's Creek Cleanup for Saturday, November 17th

Join us for a cleanup of this naturalized urban waterway.  Volunteers needed.  Kayakers needed.
Neighbors needed.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

MCii and Solaris Cybernetics have teamed up to bring this first bio-remediation robot to the Treasure Coast.  The boat was the easiest part, now for the electronics and the circuitry. Installation of wind turbine, solar panels, a.i. etc.  Need tech support from anyone with a background in engineering and/or electronics.  Be part of the solution. Looking for a launch within the week of this exciting project
Call Capt. D 772-528-0677.

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Algae Remediation Robot being put to work in Florida.

We are closer that ever to having our first Algae Remediation Robot working in Florida!
Projecting launch date near the end of August 2018

 Stay tuned.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

3rd Quarter Cleanup coming up in 30 days. Be part of the solution. Don't throw your litter in our waterways!

What is Pastor Terrance Beauford of Sword Outreach & doing kayaking in the Creek in the rain?

Join Marine Cleanup Initiative for Moore's Creek Quarterly Cleanup.  Lunch provide for volunteers.

                        Sat., August 18th ~ 10th St between C & D, Fort Pierce ~ 9-Noon

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

We know there is an answer, we know the time is NOW.  Algal blooms are here to stay, they are the new normal for Florida.  Our population has grown too much and with the comes excess nutrients that leach into our waters from all the human activity.  Our temperatures are rising along with CO2 concentrations in our atmosphere.  We need a new way to look at this problem.  We need to turn the tide, we have to try.    We are seeking funding to purchase 3 robots that hold the technology that can turn this into a recoverable resource. We are raising $25,000  to get the technology into Florida for trials on Lake Okeechobee.  Be Part of the Solution.  Donate Now. Help us make this happen.