This has been a devastating year for south Florida wildlife.
This image is from when we went to Sanibel, FL earlier this year to bear witness to the red tide tragedy.
Our Dance for the Fish fundraiser this Summer was a blast.
We raised money to launch our new web series on sustainable seafood. And since sustainable seafood means diversity in seafood, we had a variety of dance performances throughout the night. If you missed it - don't worry...we'll do more!
We're ready to live in a world where people care about the seafood they eat, so we've launched a web series and interview experts who deeply care about the seafood they consume.
This is Dr. Claire Beatrix Paris talking about larval fish migration, free diving for science, and more.
We're looking for places around Miami where you can find good seafood. After all...Miami is a water mecca, so one would expect quality seafood to be pretty easy to find. Unfortunately, it's not.
Trashy oceans are the worst. Our Trashy Tuesdays are monthly beach cleanups that cleanup the trashiest beaches in the Greater Miami area. We hope to see you out there!
Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood
Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood is a new web series that will examine certain dishes at restaurants in the Miami area and assess their sustainability. These web shorts will be hosted by Sarah Curry (Founder of Sereia Films and Producer of three sustainable seafood documentaries) and a different sustainable seafood expert co-host each episode. There are currently no Seafood Watch restaurant partners in the Miami area. We hope that by highlighting restaurants it will encourage them, and others, to give sustainable seafood a closer look. As a Seafood Watch Conservation Partner, Sereia Films actively engages people at our monthly beach cleanups and at events to raise awareness about sustainable seafood. We find that people are hungry for more information on what seafood they should buy and where to find it. Besides discussing the seafood watch app and sharing seafood watch cards, they have shown interest in wanting more information about local resources, from restaurants to fish markets. Miami has huge opportunity for growth in this space. We believe that highlighting places that are making smarter seafood choices will build momentum for more involvement with all parties involved.
Fish School brings high school students award-winning environmental films as a supplement to their curriculums.
Fish School gives teachers access to curated environmental science content. This private online collection of films will be searchable by school standard, length, and subject. These films offer diverse perspectives on environmental challenges and solutions, while providing context of our global interconnection to each other and the planet. By combining art, science, and technology, this program will help make Miami a leader in environmental education.
We host monthly sunset beach cleanups on beautiful, yet trashy, coastal areas around Miami. Join us!