South Florida Organizations Partner to Raise Awareness about Impending Reef Damage Near Port Everglades

Miami Waterkeeper and Project Baseline team up to highlight the potential for reef damage during the

Day Two and Tortuga Music Festival Wrap Up

Project Baseline and Brownies Global Logistic staff and volunteers were swept up in day 2 of the Tortuga Music Festival which was filled with a constant flow of people stopping by the Project Baseline booth, photo shoots with country music celebrities and an all-day-and-into-the-night celebration of music and ocean awareness.

Big Buzz for Project Baseline at Tortuga Music Festival - Day One

On Saturday, April 11, 2015, staff and volunteer representatives from Project Baseline (Global Underwater Explorers) and Brow

Project Baseline Brings Out of Sight Coastal Issues to Tortugua Music Festival

Over 40, 0000 people are expected to attend this year’s music festival during this two day event taking place on April 11-12, 2015 at Fort Lauderdale Beach State Park. But this isn’t just a music festival that features a high profile line-up of today’s best country artists. Rock The Ocean Foundation (RTO) goes the extra mile to ensure nearly forty marine conservation organizations are highlighted throughout the weekend.

Project Baseline at this Tortuga Music Festival April 11-12, 2015

Tortuga Music Festival - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida - April 11-12, 2015

Project Baseline has been at the forefront of increasing awareness of Florida reef decline as well as monitoring the health index for nearly 70 marine and freshwater environments world-wide since 2009. Watch as Project Baseline takes CNN underwater for special media coverage on Florida reefs - http://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2016/06/26/florida-dying-reefs-sanchez-nd.cnn