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Film-maker & Bay Mini-Grant Recipient G. Steve Jordan spent the past year stitching together a story of Tampa Bay, its watershed, and our Program in this 3-part series.
|Fox 13 Tampa Bay||5/4/2021||How the Litter Gitter removes trash from waterways||View Article|
|Bay Soundings||6/15/2021||A new way to look at litter||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||4/30/2021||Tampa Bay lost 13 percent of its seagrass in two years, study shows||View Article|
|Fox 13 Tampa Bay||5/12/2021||Tampa Bay lost 13 percent of its seagrass in two years, study shows||View Article|
|WUSF||5/17/2021||Seagrass In Tampa Bay Declined 13 Percent In Recent Years|
|Gulfport Gabber||5/18/2021||Clam Bayou’s New ‘Litter Gitter’||View Article|
|Sarasota-Herald Tribune||5/23/2021||Sarasota Bay losing vital seagrass, research shows||View Article|
|Florida Specifier||6/1/2021||Florida Specifier||View Article|
|ABC Action News||5/19/2021||It's catastrophic': Why more than 700 dead manatees are just the tip of the iceberg||View Article|
|Herald-Tribune||5/24/2021||Initial pulse' of nutrient-rich water from Piney Point has dissipated, USF research shows||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||6/3/2021||Hillsborough health officials send Red Tide warning for Tampa Bay||View Article|
|ABC Action News||6/3/2021||Officials: Red tide detected in parts of lower, middle Tampa Bay||View Article|
|Sarasota Herald-Tribune||6/6/2021||Red tide, fish kill reported in Tampa Bay waters near Piney Point|
|FOX13 News||6/10/2021||Florida red tide blooms concern beach business owners||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||6/14/2021||Could Tampa Bay’s Red Tide be connected to Piney Point disaster?||View Article|
|Bradenton Herald||6/18/2021||‘The bay is not in great shape.’ After Piney Point, water advocates push for pollution cuts||View Article|
|WUSF||Tampa Bay Algae Blooms Could Be Fed By Piney Point Wastewater||View Article|
|ABC (Tampa)||6/11/2021||Red tide hitting local beaches||View Article|
|Anna Maria Island Sun Newspaper||6/14/2021||Piney Point-algae link explored||View Article|
|FOX 13 News||6/19/2021||Red tide lingers off Pinellas coast, shows up in new spots in Tampa Bay||View Article|
|Florida This Week||6/18/2021||Florida This Week||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||6/25/2021||Hillsborough issues Red Tide health alert; Pinellas says beaches are clear||View Article|
|ABC Action News||6/30/2021||Concerns raised over red tide, dead fish in Tampa Bay|
|ABC National News||7/8/2021||‘It’s Not Too Late’ with Ginger Zee: Rising sea levels||View Article|
|WFTS||7/7/2021||Local experts: Elsa may or may not impact red tide||View Article|
|Bay News 9||7/7/2021||Elsa adds 9 million gallons of stormwater to Piney Point pools||View Article|
|ABC Action News||7/8/2021||Red tide, dead fish persist in Tampa Bay region||View Article|
|FOX13 News||7/9/2021||Mounds of dead fish close beaches, prompt around-the-clock cleanup in Pinellas, Hillsborough counties||View Article|
|NPR||7/13/2021||At Least 600 Tons Of Dead Fish Have Washed Up Along Tampa Bay's Shore||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||7/13/2021||No Red Tide relief in sight as dead fish overwhelm St. Petersburg||View Article|
|ABC Action News||7/14/2021||Red tide, fish kills persist in Tampa Bay area||View Article|
|Brockovich Report||7/14/2021||Call It A Crisis: An Update On Piney Point & Tampa Bay||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Breakfast Club||7/15/2021||What's up with this Red Tide?||View Article|
|Channel 10||7/20/2021||Can fertilizer bans help ease Tampa Bay's red tide woes?||View Article|
|FOX13||7/24/2021||Red tide prediction map shows worsening conditions on Pinellas County beaches||View Article|
|Bradenton Herald||7/23/2021||Red tide is expected to intensify, and scientists point the finger at Piney Point||View Article|
|Tampa Bay Times||7/23/2021||Red Tide’s return raises fears about the health of Tampa Bay||View Article|
|Sarasota Herald Tribune||7/23/2021||Estuary programs blame Piney Point for worsening red tide conditions|
|CNN||7/28/2021||600 tons of marine life have washed up on Florida's shores||View Article|
|WTSP 10||7/26/2021||No, there isn’t 'scientific consensus' on red tide impact from Piney Point||View Article|
|WTSP 10||7/27/2021||Red tide levels in Tampa Bay at their worst in decades|
|The Counter||7/29/2021||Months after the Piney Point wastewater disaster, a massive red tide has killed 1,600-plus tons of marine life—a huge blow to the local fishing community||View Article|
|WMNF Mid Point||7/28/2021||Red Tide, Piney Point & Nutrient Pollution with Charlie Justice||View Article|