Sean Russell
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  • Sarasota, FL
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WCS/Teens for Planet Earth and Sean Russell are now friends
Dec 9, 2010
Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon left a comment for Sean Russell
"I think I saw you on Nickelodeon..they were talking about kids who made a difference or something like that I don't remember"
Aug 13, 2009
Sean Russell left a comment for Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon
"hey thanks so much!"
Jun 10, 2009
Sean Russell and Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon are now friends
Jun 2, 2009
Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon left a comment for Sean Russell
"Welcome 2 T4PE i think ur project is awesome"
Jun 2, 2009
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Jeanine Silversmith left a comment for Sean Russell
"Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth, Sean! Hope you find the site helpful and fun. Your project seems really interesting. You might want to post an event or blog entry about it to get other T4PE members involved. And you can also search for other…"
Jun 1, 2009
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May 31, 2009

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Florida 4-H and Mote Marine Laboratory
Project Title
The Stow It-Don't Throw It Project
Project Description
In order to combat the dangers posed by improper disposal of monofilament fishing line, the "Stow It-Don't Throw It" Project was created to mobilize 4-H members and other youth across Florida to create and distribute personal-sized monofilament recycling bins. These personal-sized bins were designed by scientists at Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, FL. They are made out of recycled tennis ball cans.

The two main goals of this project are:

1. Assemble over 1,000 personal-sized monofilament recycling bins.

2. Utilize the youth involved in the project to distribute the bins to anglers and boaters at fishing tournaments, boat shows, etc. and allow them to educate the public on the importance of monofilament fishing line recycling.

These smaller bins are designed to serve as an intermediate step for anglers to store their used monofilament fishing line until they can dispose of it in a larger, PVC pipe or indoor bin from the Monofilament Recovery and Recycling Program.

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At 10:42am on August 13, 2009, Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon said…
I think I saw you on Nickelodeon..they were talking about kids who made a difference or something like that I don't remember
At 6:30pm on June 2, 2009, Ta'Lisa Turner-Graydon said…
Welcome 2 T4PE i think ur project is awesome
At 10:44am on June 1, 2009, Jeanine Silversmith said…
Welcome to Teens for Planet Earth, Sean! Hope you find the site helpful and fun. Your project seems really interesting. You might want to post an event or blog entry about it to get other T4PE members involved. And you can also search for other members in your area. Let me know if you have any questions or need any help. I'm the T4PE Project Advisor.
 
 
 

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