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2016 Blue Ocean Film Festival Finalists

November 22, 2016

2016 Blue Ocean Film Festival Finalists

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The Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is thrilled to announce that two of our films have been selected as finalists in the world’s largest ocean film and conservation summit, the Blue Ocean Film Festival! The Blue Ocean Film Festival …

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BAM Fall 2016

BAM Fall 2016 Photos

Join along with Living Oceans Foundation Education Director, Amy Heemsoth, as she recounts in these photos her trip back to the Bahamas to kick-off the 2016-2017 Bahamas Awareness of Mangroves (B.A.M.) program with some fantastic new additions: a NOAA Knauss …

Monitoring and Managing Mangroves

November 9, 2016

Monitoring and managing mangroves

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Mangrove Education and Restoration Program Blog Today, it’s absolutely beautiful weather in Abaco, Bahamas. It’s sunny outside and there is a gentle breeze wrestling the branches of the mangrove trees. Along the waterline of the mangroves, groups of students from Forest Heights Academy …

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Bahamas Mangrove Program Year 2 Pilot

November 8, 2016

Bahamas Mangrove Education & Restoration Program - B.A.M. Year 2

Bahamian high school students embark on their 2nd year of the BAM program.

B.A.M.: My Introduction to the Bahamas

November 2, 2016

B.A.M.: My Introduction to the Bahamas

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Mangrove Education and Restoration Program Blog Symone Johnson is a NOAA Knauss Fellow who is volunteering with KSLOF for the first phase of our mangrove education and restoration programs in the Caribbean in order to learn about managing, implementing, and …

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New Additions

October 26, 2016

Mangrove Program New Additions

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Mangrove Education and Restoration Program Blog Our Mangrove Education and Restoration Programs are back in session! It’s September and although I’m no longer a formal educator, I still prepare for the beginning of the new school year. I finish writing …

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Adventures Filming in Senegal

October 18, 2016

Adventures Filming in Senegal

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Our filming in Senegal is for a new film the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation is producing for the Smithsonian Channel called An Ocean Mystery: The Missing Catch. The film will tell the story of an ambitious ocean detective, Dr. Daniel Pauly, and his …

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Filming in Senegal

Filming in Senegal Photo Album

Journey along with us via this photo album as we film in Senegal for our new production, The Missing Catch: An Ocean Mystery. SHARE THIS:

"You can’t find fish here anymore"

October 13, 2016

Joal fishing industry

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While filming in Senegal for An Ocean Mystery: The Missing Catch we visited the coastal town of Joal. It is about 2 hours drive south of Dakar, 3 if you get stuck behind a slow truck. When we arrived we …

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The Capture of the Asian Warrior

October 4, 2016

Capture of the Asian Warrior

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One of the focuses of our filming in Senegal was to look at the impact of illegal fishing on the Senegalese fishing industry. We are working with Dyhia Belhabib Ph.D, from the Sea Around Us of the University of British …

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