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Environmental Education Awareness Research Support and Services 501c3 Nonprofit
Welcome! We are glad you are here. Take a moment to check us out!
The American Alligator and countless other species are brutally important to the environment and to human health.
The goal of this group is to Educate the public on the importance of the environment, the organisms and life forms within it. While also performing our own and assisting in research projects that help expand that knowledge and expertise.
Any donations gathered will be used specifically for our research, travel, equipment and related expenses. Thank you so much for taking the time. We appreciate your support.
Thank you so much to our current EEARSS sponsors!
We are currently seeking sponsorship and grants for our work. We are doing biodiversity studies on Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands (EEL) properties to see the health of the local areas and to update their land management plans. We are seeking funding for cameras, silt fence, Sim cards, for every EEL property, North, South and Central. Along with other methods. We are also involved in studies on American Alligators, with toxology. All money raised will be spent toward purchase of products or materials needed for this products, fuel and time for those doing the work.
Kat Cary is a wonderful mom, wife, business woman and friend to EEARSS and our environment. If you need a Realtor in Illinois look no further! Call her and watch her work! You will quickly understand why she is the best at what she does! http://www.katcary.daprileproperties.com
Dr. Samuel E. Lucha has practiced chiropractic for close to 20 years. Posterior to his bachelor’s degree in microbiology from California State University, Sacramento, he was accepted at Life Chiropractic College West, Hayward, California, where he completed his Chiropractic education and from where he graduated with the Magna Cum Laude distinction in 2001.
After practicing in California for almost 6 years, he moved to his
native country El Salvador where he practiced his career for 10
years. In 2017, Dr. Lucha returned to The United States, establishing
himself in Florida, where he has practiced since his return.Through all the years he has practice his career, he has proudly helped many people achieving better quality of life through quality chiropractic care, but more important he has learned the value of treating his patients the same way that he or one of his loved ones would love to be treated when in hands of a health care professional.Experience yourself the kindness of chiropractic in the hands of a caring and passionate professional of chiropractic. Dr. Samuel Lucha waits for you at LUCHA QUIROPRACTIC QUALITY https://luchachiropractic.care/
Stumpy’s Hatchet House Cocoa!
Located in Historic Cocoa Village, you’ll find us right on Rt. 520 East across from Tulips Restaurant near the intersection of 520 (King Street) and Brevard Street. We look forward to hosting your axe throwing social throwdown at Stumpy’s Cocoa!
Special thank you to Rob and the Fishing and Dive Center of Cape Canaveral. My family at I have been doing business here for years. Truly top notch. They have about all you can desire and if they don’t have it they will get it for you. Rob is a huge support for EEARSS and has even donated equipment for our research. We can’t thank you enough for your support and ur dedication to the health of our local environment and community.
Hello! I have loved candles as long as I can remember. Not finding a lot of scents that I loved, I started making soy candles for myself in 2012. All my friends and coworkers wanted to buy them so voila, my business was started! I use non GMO US Soy wax and cotton self trimming wicks, no nasty stuff! I also love vintage items and am glad I can give them a second chance. I am guilty of buying a bottle just for the cool label. I am glad that I can repurpose a bottle for someone else to enjoy. There’s really so much awesome artwork that goes into labels these days, I’m glad I can showcase that.
What makes Boundless Snacks different?
Boundless Snacks jerky is cut by hand and marinated for at least 36 hours. Our customers liken it to a homemade jerky because all our flavors contains no added refined sugar or added preservatives. By using minimal, simple ingredients we create a unique snacking experience customers cannot get enough put down.
hello again books is a new and used bookstore located in historic Cocoa Village, in Cocoa Florida, offering new books, used books, and gift items.
hello again books hosts literary events throughout the month, including book groups, author readings, book signings, and poetry nights. Check out social media for more information!
We LOVE books. ALL the books! We take pride in offering quality used books at prices that make our patrons happy. We aim to keep gently used hardcover, paperback, and mass-market books out of landfills and give them a second life with a new reader.
Say ‘hello again’ to your next favorite book at hello again books!
SAFEwater-NC is being led by the lab of Scott Belcher at NC State University and is primarily focused on understanding the toxicity and harm resulting from exposures to poly and perfluoroalkyl alkyl substances (often referred to as PFAS).
Pelican Coast Marine provides SUPERIOR MARINE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES specializing in VINYL SEAWALLS, DOCKS, BOAT LIFTS, COQUINA REVETMENT / repairs and installations.
LICENSED / INSURED with Workman’s Comp & USH&L.
Thad Cranston is a Musician, producer, conservationist, event organizer and all around incredible human being.
Welcome to a family pizza place that anyone can enjoy! From family nights out to going out with your friends, Kelsey’s is the perfect place to spend any night during the week or the weekend. If you want to come have a slice, then come visit us on Garden Street in Titusville, FL.
Inspired by my love for food and people, the first Kelsey’s was opened on November 26, 1983. It was built upon traditional principles and a commitment to quality, service, and long-standing relationships with communities, customers, and employees.
I grew up in an Italian neighborhood where the emphasis on food making was its simplicity and flavor. I remember the aroma of fresh sauce being simmered at one of our neighbor’s homes; the pungent smell of freshly grated cheese as Josephina sprinkled it on the pasta; and the warmth and love that exuded from the dinner table as the family ate together.
At Kelsey’s, we serve generous portions of food, made with quality ingredients by people who care. We are not fancy. We are not about sun-dried tomatoes, wood-burning ovens, and $10 mushrooms.
Kelsey’s is your neighborhood pizzeria where you can enjoy a great meal with family and friends in a clean, comfortable atmosphere at a reasonable price.
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