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How Ships to Reefs Makes You Money
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Economic Impact of Ships to Reefs
How are Ships to Reefs Projects Funded?
How Do I Get a Ship?
How Does Ships to Reefs Make You Money?
The Spiegel Grove Story
Take vs. No-Take Zones
The Vandenberg Story
Veterans & Their Ships
What is Ships to Reefs?
Who are the Ships to Reefs Players?
Maritime Administration ahead of schedule in scrapping Suisun Bay mothball fleet
Aged and crumbling ships may be leaving the Suisun Bay "mothball" Reserve Fleet at a steady pace, but some of their value is being left behind. Vallejo's California Maritime Academy, one of six state maritime schools nationwide, soon will see a nearly $400,000 funding influx, proceeds from the sale of the obsolete vessels. The new funding, $2.2 million overall, is due to a federal mandate requiring federal reinvestment into maritime schools.
State delays horseshoe crab sculpture sinking for two weeks
Artist Chris Wojcik and his Art as Reef team will have to wait at least another two weeks before they can see their 47-foot, life-like horseshoe crab sculpture reach its final destination, the Axel Carlson Reef.
Artificial Reef Project Moves Forward Despite Controversy
Roughly five weeks ago, with the hope of jump-starting a plan to install a fish — and fishermen — friendly artificial reef offshore of Santa Barbara, Chris Goldblatt and some colleagues dropped two 1,300-pound hollow concrete igloos into the ocean offshore of Hendry’s Beach.
STRI Board of Directors
Steven M. Barsky
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