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SARASOTA BAY WATCH INC

Last Updated: 2/7/2014 1:03:46 PM

Nonprofit

SARASOTA BAY WATCH INC

Address

Bay Preserve
331 Palmetto Avenue

Osprey, FL 34229-

Primary Phone

(941) 918-2700

Primary Fax

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CEO/Executive Director

Dr. Larry Stults, Ph.D., J.D.

Board Chair

Capt. Rusty Chinnis

Board Chair Company Affiliation

Rusty Chinnis Contractor, Inc.

Board Members

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Year of Incorporation

2008

Former Names

Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years

No

Community Foundation Staff Conducted Site Visit when Developing Profile

No

Riverview HS and SBW partner to clean up the bay
Riverview HS and SBW partner to clean up the bay
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Overview

Sarasota Bay Watch is a grass-roots, non-profit, citizen-based organization dedicated to preserving and restoring Sarasota Bay's ecosystem through education and citizen participation.

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Programs

Scallop and Other Species Restoration

Habitat Restoration

Education Programs

Seawall and Reef Fisheries Enhancement

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Financials

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Projected Revenue

$37,000

Projected Expenses

$51,000

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