Weekly Update: Frogmen and Ninjas

Future Frogmen mission to continue through Save the Sound  On a Thursday night in July 2019, Save the Sound co-hosted a screening of Blue Heart, a documentary produced by the Patagonia company about the battle to protect Europe’s last wild rivers from hydropower dams and developers. At that event, Alex Krofta, our ecological restoration project manager, […]

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Press Release: Save the Sound welcomes Future Frogmen

In 2018, Richard E. Hyman founded Future Frogmen, Inc., a non-profit organization with the mission of empowering high school and college students to be ocean ambassadors and future leaders. Through experiential learning, communication, action, leadership, and exploration, students generated public awareness about the ocean and deepened the connection between people and nature. That mission will […]

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