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Youth working for conservation

Yamaha Rightwaters will support the Billion Oyster Project, a community science project that has repopulated 75 million juvenile oysters in New York Harbor, in their mission to restore one billion by 2035. The Yamaha sustainability initiative will provide a Yamaha V MAX SHO® 115 outboard motor, which the non-profit group and the Urban Assembly New York Harbor School (Harbor School) will use to power an aluminum work skiff Tuff Boat® used for habitat restoration work and training students in vessel…

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Yamaha Rightwaters™ joined forces with the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University – Florida State University®College of Engineering (FAMU®-FSU® College of Engineering) to study and prove a land-based trash interceptor concept. The device will assist in cleaning debris out of waterways before trash can reach the ocean. The Yamaha Rightwaters team designed and built a scale model of an interceptor concept in 2020, with plans to deploy the finished product in Brunswick, Ga. This fall, Will Hill, Strategic Initiatives Manager at…

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College Anglers with Boat Motor

Yamaha Power Pay put $5K in the hands of two college bass anglers from Lamar State College at the 2021 Carhartt® Bassmaster® College Series Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops®. Jack Tindell and Brett Fregia didn’t even have to place first to reap the reward. Their 12th place finish earned them the Power Pay bonus on top of their Bassmaster College Series payout. The Lamar State sophomores still have a couple years of school to finish before they graduate with degrees…

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Ducks Unlimited Habitat

Yamaha Rightwaters is a new sponsor of the Ducks Unlimited Gulf Coast Initiative, a multi-year conservation initiative dedicated to rebuilding wetlands lost to erosion, subsidence and sea level rise in Louisiana and Texas. Through the Meraux Foundation Terracing Project in Louisiana and the Sargent Marsh Shoreline Protection Project in coastal Texas, Ducks Unlimited, Yamaha Rightwaters, and other supporters will restore designated seagrass and wetland habitats and contribute to climate mitigation through a combination of protecting buried carbon and sequestering atmospheric…

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Yamaha Pro Angler Ish Monroe teamed up with Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful (KTNRB) and a group of young volunteers on June 1 to clean up Nickajack Lake. Led by KTNRB Executive Director Kathleen Gibi, the group pulled 2,119 pounds of trash from the shoreline near the Shellmound Campground boat ramp in Jasper, Tennessee. “Watching these volunteers take action to make our waterways better is incredibly inspiring,” said Monroe. “I applaud KTNRB’s ongoing efforts to not only care for and…

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