Thursday, February 25, 2016

Environment Brunch: Protecting our coast from Overdevelopment

From Justin Bloom, exec. director of Suncoast Waterkeeper:

Dear friends and environmental advocates,

On March 13, Suncoast Waterkeeper is joining with Sierra Club and the Florida Institute for Saltwater Heritage (FISH) in sponsoring a Brunch to raise money and awareness about threats and progress in protecting our coast from harmful overdevelopment.

Please join us to sustain collaborative efforts by these three organizations on behalf of a community that is energized to protect our coastal resources.

We are currently engaged in several legal challenges at local, state and federal levels to ensure that environmental rules and regulations are respected by developers and regulators. Money raised at this Brunch will support our ongoing joint efforts relating to the challenged Long Bar Pointe and Harbor Sound developments and possible future challenges that arise.

I encourage you to read about the work of Suncoast Waterkeeper on our Website and follow our Facebook posts.

The Brunch will be at the Bradenton Yacht Club on March 13, from noon to 3pm and will feature a raffle and silent auction as well as some interesting guest speakers and awards. Tickets are $50,
​ half of which is tax deductible.​

More information and ticketing can be found at:

And also at:

Feel free to contact me with any questions.

Justin Bloom
Executive Director
Suncoast Waterkeeper 

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