Save the Manatee Club


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Save the Manatee Club (SMC)

Address:500 N Maitland Ave
Maitland, FL 32751

Phone:407-539-0990
Fax:407-539-0871
Phone:800-432-5646
Web: www.savethemanatee.org
Established: 1981. Description:Dedicated to saving and protecting the endangered West Indian manatee. Promotes public awareness and education on safeguarding the manatee and its habitat. Raises funds to protect manatees and their habitat. Conducts the Adopt-A-Manatee program. Dues: $25/year.
Publications: The Manatee Zone (quarterly); free to members.

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The cases at the Division of Administrative Hearings are styled Save the Manatee Club, Inc.
"That's against the Bible and the Bill of Rights." Mattos said the manatee plan was all part of a United Nations program "designed to make humans into livestock." And she said that while she enjoys showing off manatees to her grandchildren, she had little use for the Save the Manatee Club, explaining, "If some of these environmental movements had been around in the days of the dinosaurs, we'd be living in Jurassic Park now."
Kevin Francis Face Pots donates 10 percent of the sale price from selected pots to such causes as Save the Manatee Club and Clearwater Marine Aquarium.
In 2000, environmental activists from the Save the Manatee Club joined forces with animal welfare groups such as the Humane Society to file a pair of lawsuits against state and federal officials.
At the hearing, Kalvin urged federal officials to toss out the entire settlement with the Save the Manatee Club. Invoking the terrorist attacks of Sept.
CONTACT: Save the Manatee Club, (800)432-5646, www.savethemanatee.org.
There are a number of groups that focus on specific marine wildlife such as the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation, Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition, Friends of the Sea Otter, Save the Manatee Club (co-founded by Jimmy Buffett) and the Sea Turtle Restoration Project.
Florida's Save the Manatee Club, co-founded by singer Jimmy Buffett, says we should err on the side of caution.