Initiative progress

Please revisit this section periodically for updates on the Red Tide Mitigation and Technology Development Initiative work at Mote and by its many partners.

Spring 2020

  • Mote hosted a webinar on the 2nd Request For Proposals on May 15 to provide an overview of Initiative progress and answer any questions about the proposal process—the presentation slides are available at this link.

  • The Initiative awarded year-1 competitive grants to five partner projects focused on developing and advancing innovative methods to fight Florida red tide impacts. Full story with project descriptions

  • In accordance with 379.2273 Florida Statutes Mote hosted the second Florida Red Tide Mitigation and Technology Development Initiative, Technical Advisory Council meeting on April 3, for more details please visit Mote's event calendar.

  • Mote hosted a webinar on the 1st Request For Proposals on Jan. 28 to provide an overview of Initiative progress and answer any questions about the proposal process—the presentation slides are available at this link.

Fall and winter 2019

  • In accordance with 379.2273 Florida Statutes Mote hosted the first Florida Red Tide Mitigation and Technology Development Initiative, Technical Advisory Council meeting. For more details please visit Mote's event calendar.
     
  • Florida Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Noah Valenstein appointed David Whiting to the Initiative Technology Advisory Council.
     
  • Mote announced Request For Proposals at the 10th US HAB Symposium: news release
    (Proposal submission information was made available on the Red Tide Initiative homepage.)
     
  • Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives Jose R. Oliva appointed Dr. James "Buddy" Powell to the Initiative Technical Advisory Council.
     
  • FWC's Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Director Gil McRae appointed Dr. Katherine Hubbard to the Initiative Technical Advisory Council.
     
  • President of the Florida Senate Bill Galvano appointed Dr. James Sullivan to the Initiative Technical Advisory Council.
     
  • Mote appointed Kevin Claridge as the Initiative Administrator. Mote press release

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