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Dog poop can add bacteria to the bay, and transmit disease to humans and other dogs. Prevent poo-lution by bagging and tossing dog doo in the trash. In the Tampa Bay area, an average of 50 tons of dog poop is left on the ground each day....

Plastic water bottles takes energy to make, transport, store, and recycle. BYOB with a reusable bottle filled with tap water, or a filtered pitcher. The average American uses 167 disposable water bottles a year....

With ardor most guys reserve for their first car, Russell Farrow recalls his first kayak, a British sea-touring rig he paddled from Pensacola to Siesta Key in 1993. “That’s when the bug really bit me,” he says. “I was able to see and go places...

Piloting ships as long as a 100-story skyscraper is tall leaves little margin for error. It takes a superior helmsman who intimately knows the bay to safely navigate the bay’s shipping channels aboard vessels that barely clear the bay bottom. “It’s empowering,” says Capt. Carolyn Kurtz,...

Holly Greening’s career current was set at the age of 10, immersed in the underwater adventures of pioneering diver Eugenie Clark, known as “The Shark Lady” recounted in the book “Lady With A Spear.” Plus, she admittedly “couldn’t stay out of the water” growing up in...