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Guy Harvey Spiced Rum Makes Splash In Stores

Guy Harvey Spiced Rum Makes Splash In Stores

New Rum Adds Twist to Hot Spirits Market, Funds Ocean Conservation FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—JANUARY 20, 2015— If you love the ocean, you likely drink rum.  And if you love Guy Harvey’s lifestyle – ocean, beaches, fishing, boating, diving – you’ll love his new spiced rum, too. Renowned marine wildlife artist, scientist and conservationist Guy Harvey, unveiled…

Guy Harvey, Country Music Superstar Alan Jackson Collaborate to Raise Awareness for Ocean Conservation

Guy Harvey, Country Music Superstar Alan Jackson Collaborate to Raise Awareness for Ocean Conservation

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—JANUARY 13, 2015— An avid boater and fisherman, country star Alan Jackson, and celebrated marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey, have collaborated on a message behind the music to raise money and awareness for ocean conservation and research. Harvey, known for his colorful and highly popular depictions of marine wildlife and support for science…

Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation 2015: Upcoming Projects

2014 was a banner year for the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation, and the coming year promises to be bigger and better. With a slate of scientific expeditions and conservation projects scheduled and several big events and partnerships on the horizon, the GHOF is poised to make its biggest impact to date. Several new partnerships will…

Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation 2014 Year in Review: Education

The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation is committed to supporting educational opportunities in marine science by providing funding for research and scholarships, as well as disseminating fun, educational messaging in classroom settings. Here are a few examples of how the GHOF is providing educational opportunities in marine science and conservation: SCHOOL POSTER PROGRAM The GHOF distributed…

Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation 2014 Year in Review: Events

One of the more exciting and impactful GHOF initiatives is the Guy Harvey Conservation Village, a traveling exhibit that incorporates multiple hands-on, interactive exhibits from various conservation and educational partners. The exhibits provide fun and informative teaching opportunities that engage event attendees in learning about the GHOF’s marine sciences and conservation work. Here’s a sample…

Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation 2014 Year in Review: Conservation

Conservation through scientific research and community outreach is the cornerstone of the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation. GHOF initiatives have had major impacts in the world of marine conservation, including a ban on commercial shark fishing in the Bahamas, protection of Nassau grouper spawning aggregations in the Cayman Islands, and the rescue, rehabilitation and release of…

Stingray Update

Stingray Update

  Our blog has been steadily reporting on the ongoing stingray census in Grand Cayman, which has been a big focus of the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation’s scientific focus in 2014. Here is an update from the GHOF’s Alexandra Prebble, who has been on hand for much of the work: This year has been the…

Give to our oceans today

Give to our oceans today

  It’s Giving Tuesday, which is as good a day to give back to the oceans that give us so much. Your donations to the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation funds critical marine science research to restore health and vitality to our seas. They also fund education programs so today’s students are prepared to be strong…

Taste of the Sea — be there!

Taste of the Sea — be there!

We are happy to support our friends at Sea Delight Ocean Fund. They are hosting their first Taste of the Sea fundraiser this Thursday night, Dec. 4. The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. at Casablanca on the Bay — 1717 Bayshore Drive in downtown Miami. Sea Delight was one of the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation’s…

Fisheries symposium a hit

Fisheries symposium a hit

Our two-day symposium at the University of South Florida-St. Pete campus was a hit. We drew a great crowd — scientists, policy-makers, anglers, and educators. Even a slew of students from nearby Wharton High School in Tampa. The symposium also drew significant media coverage. A sample is below. Thanks to Dr. Bill Hogarth, Cam Ngo, Guy Harvey…

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