Sarah Holtz

Last day to bid

Today is the last day for many auction items… Get your final bids in!Don’t miss out on fabulous tickets, art, and lighting for your home. 100% of proceeds benefit Gulf Restoration Network.Check it out and bid here: http://myworld.ebay.com/gulf_restoration_networkAuction Items* Design Within Reach’s David Trubridge pendants Kina (see image below) and Koura, made of Australian sustainable-plantation-grown …

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Sport your support of the Gulf

Gulf Restoration Network would like to give a special shout-out to all our supporters contributing their funds, time, and creative energies to help GRN respond to BP’s oil drilling disaster. Please support them, and their donations to GRN will help us continue our work. Keep checking the blog for new listings. Get out and support …

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Donate & Help GRN Protect Wetlands and Wildlife

We need your help as the Gulf of Mexico faces another devastating disaster. BP’s oil drilling disaster significantly threatens our environment, coastal communities, and economy. The massive oil leak continues to spew from the ocean floor with the slick growing at an alarming rate and now reaching our delicate coastal areas. For 15 years, the …

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Cruising in Mississippi on the Capt Pete

Photo by Joe TomasovskyYesterday’s “Cruising for the Coast” event, hosted by Ship Island Excursions in Gulfport, Mississippi to benefit GRN, was an absolutely lovely afternoon on the water.As GRN supporter and Mississippi artist Steve Shepard put it: “We had lots of beer, excellent food from area restaurants, an art raffle, and plenty of conversations. The …

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DEFEND OUR COAST, DEFEND OUR CULTURE

On September 20, our Louisiana fundraising event took place at Bayona in the French Quarter and raised significant funds for the campaigns of the Gulf Restoration Network. Ivor van Heerden talked about current issues facing Louisiana’s wetlands. The seventy-five attendees enjoyed samplings of hors d’oeurves by Chef Susan Spicer and her staff, listened to music …

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