Bay Soundings | volume five o number one | winter 2006          
  COVERING TAMPA BAY AND ITS WATERSHED      


By Mary Kelley Hoppe

Twenty years after the creation of the Agency on Bay Management, Bay Soundings pays tribute to the remarkable group of activists and scientists that led the charge to restore Tampa Bay, a success story that is the envy of the nation.
Agency on Bay Management
The Players
Charting the Course for the Bay‚s Recovery
 
Combining aquaculture and hydroponics allows farmers to capture waste nutrients that could harm underwater ecosystems and use them to grow organic vegetables.
Aquaponics
Home-grown Aquaponics

Alafia Bank Sanctuary Renamed for Rich Paul
Corps, Port Consider Channel Widening Options
Pinellas County Pushes Boat Access
Hillsborough River Proposal Raises Red Flags

PROFILE
Award-winning photographer James Shadle captures breath-taking images of Florida‚s natural beauty in wildlife preserves or in the middle of suburbia.


Mote Celebrates
50 Years of Scientific Achievement

MANATEE ROUNDUP
Scientists tag manatees captured near TECO‚s Big Bend power plant to see how they use industrial warm-water sources when temperatures in the bay drop.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Vanishing Heritage:
The Photography of
Carlton Ward Jr.

COMMENTARY & OPINION
Letter to the Editor
Remembering Rich Paul
Editor's Desk

News Briefs and Follow Through

Safe Surf

ICRA

 

Golden Web Award