SOS Ocean Conservation Gear

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Local & National Media Coverage for SOS Ocean Clean Up

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2nd Annual Earth Day Clean Up

...while volunteering as a diver for the “SOS Ocean Clean Up” as part of Earth Day, Lou Nelson not only found something unusual but something very sentimental to a man who lives 1,500 miles away – near Toronto, Canada. 

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Florida

Garbage Mixed With Sand Left After Spring Break in Fort Lauderdale

Team SOS removed 900 lbs. of debris left on the shoreline by Spring Breakers

Fort Lauderdale (Galt Ocean Mile), FL

Dania Beach Pier & Shoreline Clean Up

Broward & Palm Beach NEW TIMES By David Minsky

Dania Beach, FL

Floridians Care For Their Corals

..."By the little hand-made trophies Miceli provides, volunteers can see “that you do not need money and fancy awards to make volunteering fun,” she says. The beach and ocean cleanups accomplished in these programs are, she declares, “a community project of love.”

All At Sea Caribbean - Magazine

Ocean Cleanup Reunites Ontario Man With Wedding Band

"The organizer of Saturday's "SOS Ocean Clean Up" and the diver who heeded the cleanup call were equally amazed that the gold they found Saturday amid some 300 pounds of debris from the ocean floor and the beach found its rightful owner so quickly." --  by Anne Geggis, Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

Project Aware Community Spotlights

...The Fort Lauderdale community rallied together to kick off Debris Month of Action at the in the first annual SOS Ocean Clean-Up. Over 120 volunteers consisting of local divers, snorkelers, surfers and beach-goers helped support the Project AWARE movement for a trash free ocean and environment by collecting over 92 pounds of trash. - by Lauren Wiskerson, Program Specialist

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Keep It Green and Blue

...Stoked On Salt wants to invite the community to support the Project AWARE movement for a trash free ocean and environment... - Fort Lauderdale Magazine

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Dania Beach Pier & Shoreline Cleanup with Divers Cove

Please join our friends from SOS Ocean Clean-Up and Diver's Cove for a community event to support the Project AWARE movement for a trash free ocean and environment.

Dania Beach, FL

SOS Family Fun Day as part of BugFest-By-The-Sea

..."The final day of Bugfest-By-The Sea is packed with lots of fun activities for the whole family. Enjoy a free fun day at the beach while helping the ocean environment." - New Times

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

SOS at the Oakland Park Holiday Village

..."To help families this year, Stoked On Salt will be selling SOS gear, towels, bags, hats and nautical gifts for $5 and $10 - So bring your Holiday Shopping List and don't forget to stop by our booth! Paint a Driftwood Sign for a good cause... our Ocean ! 

Oakland Park, FL


Canadian Man's Wedding Ring Found at Earth Day Clean Up

..."Lou Nelson has found a lot of interesting things while diving..." - CBS4 Miami on YouTube

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

Earth Day brought locals out to clean beaches and ocean floor

..."More than 200 volunteers gathered at Anglin's Pier in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea to participate in a pier and beach cleanup." - The Pelican Newspaper, Pompano Beach

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

2nd Annual Earth Day Clean Up

..."Join SOS Ocean Clean Up and Gold Coast Scuba at the 2nd Annual Earth Day Clean Up on Saturday, April 30th in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea. We will be cleaning the shoreline and diving the Anglin's Fishing Pier in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea cleaning up any marine debris..." - Fort Lauderdale Magazine


"TEAM SOS" Participated in the Project Aware Ocean Debris Clean Up, April 27, 2014

..."SOS Team consisted of 9 volunteers began by picking up trash on the shoreline close to the jetty. After 2 hours, and temperatures reaching almost 90 degrees, we all jumped in the ocean to cool off. To our surprise, we noticed all the trash that was on the ocean floor..." - Fort Lauderdale Magazine

Dania Beach, FL

SOS Family Fun Day

..."The final day of BugFest 2015 is packed with lots of fun activities for the whole family. Enjoy a free fun day at the beach while helping the ocean environment at the SOS Family Fun Day sponsored by MINTO." - Fort Lauderdale Magazine

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

2016 PADI Womens Dive Day in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea

..."The girls had so much fun last year that it is on its way to becoming a tradition. Over 55 girls enjoyed the day last year with the focus being on the sport of scuba diving. Leave the men at home for this one because this is for all the girls. "Salty hair, don't care." This delightful dive day is set to take place at the Windjammer Beach Resort in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, Florida 33308. - Project AWARE

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

Team SOS Enjoy New Dive Bench

..."The Town in September installed a special bench for scuba divers at the Datura Avenue Portal. The bench can hold up to four tanks and makes it easier for divers to don their equipment before making a beach dive. Diver Lisa Miceli posted the photo above on Facebook and said, “Thank you for this awesome bench for divers. It definitely helps us to put on our heavy gear.” - The Town Topics - Vol. 26/Issue 5, Oct-Nov-Dec 2014

Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, FL

SOS Debris Art Housed at the NOVA's New Marine Environmental Educational Center

..."Located on Surf Road on Hollywood Beach, steps away from a sea turtle nesting area, the MEEC has exhibits ranging from which lights are turtle-safe, to computer screens tracking turtles that are tagged with satellite transmitters, to showing how TEDs, or Turtle Excluder Devices, work on fishing boats." - Channel 6 News

Dania Beach, FL

Business Spotlight - Stoked On Salt

..."Barely 5 feet tall, Lisa Miceli-Capano packs a punch when it comes to her fight against plastic pollution. A long time local SCUBA diver, Lisa has seen first hand the negative impacts our actions are having on the coral reefs and coastal areas." - by Paola Espitia


Meet Stoked On Salt 'SOS'

..has built up an army of over 2,000 volunteers aged 4-85 who take on the challenge of cleaning up and protecting our beaches and reefs." - Freedom Tour Travel

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Trashing the Beach

“The debris on the beach, it’s a problem for tourists, residents, sea life and corals,” Miceli says. “Something needs to be changed.” - Fort Lauderdale Magazine

Fort Lauderdale, FL