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Did you know that most sea turtle species are either threatened or endangered? Here in South Florida we have four main species of sea turtles who share our waters with us, the Loggerhead, the Green, the Kemps Ridley and the...
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Educating the next generation on the importance of mangrove ecosystems is just as important as planting itself. At MANG, we take it as our duty to educate the community on the importance of mangrove ecosystems and to empower them into action.
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Mang started our Buy One. Plant One. initiative in 2015 to restore coastal ecosystems one mangrove at a time. This was initiated by a massive decline in mangrove ecosystems in the last 50 years. Coastal development, shrimp farming and charcoal farming are some of the main causes of the decline. To date, MANG has planted over 20,000 mangroves through our Buy One. Plant One. initiative.
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Mangroves are critical habitats to our coastlines and coastal communities. People around the globe depend on mangroves for food, safety, and livelihood as well protection from storm surges, rising sea levels, and soil erosion. Mangroves provide habitat for many marine wildlife and are a keystone species within the estuary.
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Guanaja is a place of magic, one where a man can dream of roaming dinosaurs and flying pterodactyls. The green Island had a sense of peace and could calm any rattled soul. It’s remoteness and beauty had me drawn and attentive to each breath of life and rustle of earth.
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