8 04, 2019

Fox 30 – Action News Jacksonville, FL

By Fox 30 Action News /  Apr 06, 2019 08:49 AM EDT A group of sailors are making their way around Florida to raise awareness about clean water and healthy estuaries in south Florida. The race is organized by the nonprofit organization, Captains For Clean Water. The sailors started [ Read more ]

Fox 30 – Action News Jacksonville, FL
8 04, 2019

NBC 2 News at 6 – Storm hits Florida Skiff Challenge

By NBC 2 News at 6 /  April 05, 2019 06:17 PM EDT It was a rough day for boaters competing in this year's Florida Skiff Challenge. The 1300 mile race begins in Pensacola; boaters travel all the way around the Florida coastline and the first team to get [ Read more ]

NBC 2 News at 6 – Storm hits Florida Skiff Challenge
5 04, 2019

NBC 2 News at 11 Weather Coverage

By NBC 2 News at 11/  Apr 05, 2019 11:46 AM Beautiful weekend for boating, but look at what happened with this disturbances have moved across Florida yesterday. Some really stormy weather that basically slid down the panhandle late in the evening. There was also another group of very [ Read more ]

NBC 2 News at 11 Weather Coverage
4 04, 2019

Foreign Affairs – Governor Ron DeSantis Attends the Captains for Clean Water Skiff Challenge Kickoff

Photo Credit: Governor’s Press Office By MIL OSI - ForeignAffairs.co.nz /  April 5, 2019 Source: US State of Florida Fort Walton Beach, Fla. – Today, Governor Ron DeSantis, joined by First Lady Casey DeSantis, spoke at the Captains for Clean Water Skiff Challenge kickoff. The Captains for Clean Water Skiff [ Read more ]

Foreign Affairs – Governor Ron DeSantis Attends the Captains for Clean Water Skiff Challenge Kickoff
3 04, 2019

Florida Skiff Challenge kickoff

Florida Skiff Challenge Facebook Apr 03, 2019 03:00 PM EDTThank you to Governor Ron DeSantis, First Lady Casey DeSantis, DEP Secretary Noah Valenstein, and FWC Executive Director Eric Sutton for commemorating the Florida Skiff Challenge kickoff in Fort Walton Beach. 

Florida Skiff Challenge kickoff
3 04, 2019

Governor DeSantis covering the 2019 Florida Skiff Challenge in Fort Walton Beach

Looking Ahead- ABC News. Apr 2, 2019 11:07 PM EDT Governor DeSantis will be in Fort Walton Beach ahead of the Captains for Clean Water Florida Skiff Challenge on Wednesday, April 3rd at 3:00 p.m. Boaters will race nonstop from Pensacola to Jacksonville starting Thursday. Their goal is [ Read more ]

Governor DeSantis covering the 2019 Florida Skiff Challenge in Fort Walton Beach
21 02, 2019

Good Morning America: Florida activist highlights devastating impact of algae blooms on wildlife

Red tide is natural but the current event has lasted more than a year.Stephanie EbbsDec 9, 2018 8:30 AM ETFor months Gill has been documenting the effects of the red tide, specifically dozens and dozens of dead fish, eel and dolphins that have washed up on the beach."The entire food [ Read more ]

Good Morning America: Florida activist highlights devastating impact of algae blooms on wildlife
21 02, 2019

Anderson Cooper Full Circle: Interviews Chris Wittman

Anderson Cooper Full Circle July 2018 In this interview, Capt. Chris Wittman, Program Director of Captains for Clear Water, takes Anderson Cooper on the water to show how 'catastrophic' the effects are on marine life. —Source: Facebook.com/AndersonCooperFullCircle FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT:  Facebook Anderson Cooper Full Circle Facebook.com/AndersonCooperFullCircle [ Read more ]

Anderson Cooper Full Circle: Interviews Chris Wittman
21 02, 2019

The Daily Show on Comedy Central: Miami Vice: Danger Beach

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah 10/30/2018 Roy Wood Jr. and Michael Kosta go into "Miami Vice" mode to investigate a toxic algae epidemic threatening South Florida's beaches. —Source: CC.com FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT:  The Daily Show with Trevor Noah CC.com

The Daily Show on Comedy Central: Miami Vice: Danger Beach
20 02, 2019

CNN: Green Slime Oozes into Florida’s Primary Elections

By Jennifer Gray, CNN Updated 7:19 PM ET, Tue August 28, 2018 Cape Coral, Florida (CNN) -Cape Coral, Florida (CNN) Usually, politics and slime go hand-in-hand. "Sliming" a political opponent is well-worn tradition, after all. But in this midterm election season in South Florida, it's the slime itself that's driving [ Read more ]

CNN: Green Slime Oozes into Florida’s Primary Elections
20 02, 2019

Garden and Gun: How Fishing Captains are Saving the Everglades

Meet Captains for Clean Water, the non-profit that’s charting a new course for South Florida’s ecosystem—and the fisheries it supports by T. Edward Nickens October/November 2018 Chris Wittman, a cofounder of Captains for Clean Water, navigates Florida’s mangrove backcountry. | Phot Credit: Pete Barrett “This is what’s [ Read more ]

Garden and Gun: How Fishing Captains are Saving the Everglades
8 10, 2018

South Florida Water Crisis; reason Hell’s Bay Boatworks Joined Captains For Clean Water as a Legacy Partner

South Florida Water Crisis; reason Hell’s Bay Boatworks Joined Captains For Clean Water as a Legacy Partner by: Pete Johnson, Johnson Communications (Jul 25, 2018 - FT. MYERS, FL.) Foul smelling and toxic algae blooms, polluted water, declining fisheries on Florida’s East and West Coasts; all are a result [ Read more ]

South Florida Water Crisis; reason Hell’s Bay Boatworks Joined Captains For Clean Water as a Legacy Partner
1 09, 2018

Gulfshore Business: Finding Solutions to Southwest Florida’s Water-Quality Issue

How two local groups are mobilizing the public to fight for clean water. BY JANINE ZEITLIN Daniel Andrews flips his cap backward to prevent the Gulf winds from spiriting it away as Chris Wittman steers the fishing boat near Sanibel Island. The weather conditions are idyllic: sunshine, blue skies, [ Read more ]

Gulfshore Business: Finding Solutions to Southwest Florida’s Water-Quality Issue
15 08, 2018

Florida Weekly: Fishing Guides on the Frontline for Promoting Clean Water

ON THE WATER August 15, 2018 BY GLENN MILLER Florida Weekly Correspondent They see it. They smell it. They speak out. The befouled water affects their livelihoods and Florida’s economy and environment. “It’s spinning out of control,” said Mr. Faulkner, an Everglades fishing guide who has guided for more [ Read more ]

Florida Weekly: Fishing Guides on the Frontline for Promoting Clean Water
22 06, 2018

The News-Press: We Need Stronger Voice for Everglades Restoration

Daniel Andrews Published June 22, 2018 Water is Florida’s most valuable resource. We enjoy living in Florida for the beautiful beaches, diverse estuaries and incredible fishing opportunities. It doesn’t take more than a quick glance at the water coming out of the Caloosahatchee to realize that we have a problem, [ Read more ]

The News-Press: We Need Stronger Voice for Everglades Restoration