ORCA is delighted to report that we are producing a new segment on the local National Public Radio (NPR) station called, The Ocean Minute. Produced by our NPR radio partner WQCS, The Ocean Minute aims to increase public awareness about the oceans one minute at a time. The program will report clearly and concisely the state of our waters and oceans, based on knowledge acquired by world-class scientists, and providing solutions to avoid further environmental degradation. The Ocean Minute is scheduled to air on WQCS every Saturday, starting May 2012.
Listen to The Ocean Minutes:
GIANTS IN OUR BACKYARD Narrated and written by Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres
Florida's marine backyard hides a gentle giant: the Goliath Grouper Listen
WHERE'S MY COFFEE? Narrated and written by Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres
Every morning, you share your coffee with a fish Listen
PLASTIC OCEAN Narrated and written by Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres
Would you like a plastic fish for lunch? Listen
RED LIONFISH Narrated and written by Dr. Sarah Frias-Torres
An invader is eating away our oceans (note: this is related to the Atlantic... keep on listening) Listen
ORCA IS DEDICATED TO THE PROTECTION & RESTORATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS &
THE SPECIES THEY SUSTAIN THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
& SCIENCE BASED CONSERVATION ACTION.
PLEASE HELP SUPPORT OUR MISSION.
ORCA’s Kilroys in the Indian River Lagoon
will be a huge step forward for improvement and restoration efforts as well as the quality of life for area residents." -George Jones
DID YOU KNOW?
Plastic waste kills up to 1 million sea birds, 100,000 sea mammals and countless fish each year. Plastic remains in our ecosystem for years.