Save The Seagrass! Non-Tipping Can Cooler Can Coolers Toadfish
Save The Seagrass! Non-Tipping Can Cooler Can Coolers Toadfish
Save The Seagrass! Non-Tipping Can Cooler Can Coolers Toadfish
Save The Seagrass! Non-Tipping Can Cooler Can Coolers Toadfish
Save The Seagrass! Non-Tipping Can Cooler Can Coolers Toadfish

Non-Tipping Can Cooler - Seagrass

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Toadfish is partnering up with the Tampa Bay Estuary Program to help advance the research of seagrass restoration and ensure that we are investing in actions that improve water quality, providing seagrasses the conditions they need to thrive and reproduce. Each product sold will help seagrass restoration projects on our coast!

* Slim Can Adapter included with 12oz Can Coolers

Features & Specs
SMARTGRIP TECHNOLOGY - Patented SmartGrip technology makes it hard to tip but easy to lift.

DOUBLE-WALL VACUUM INSULATION - Keeps your drinks cold until the last sip

STAINLESS STEEL - Made with high-grade stainless steel, making them puncture & rust-resistant.

RUBBER LOCKING GASKET - Removable rubber gasket to securely lock in your can.
What is Seagrass?
The only plant that can live completely submerged underwater is one of the most productive ecosystems in the world. Seagrass provides habitats and serves as food to an incredibly diverse community of animals including endangered species such as manatees and green sea turtles. One square meter of seagrass can generate 10 liters of oxygen a day! Seagrass can further improve water quality by absorbing nutrients in runoff from the land. Seagrass roots help stabilize bottom sediments in the ocean, which prevents erosion during storms.
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What is Seagrass?

The only plant that can live completely submerged underwater and one of the most productive ecosystems in the world. Seagrass provides habitats and serves as food to an incredibly diverse community of animals including endangered species such as manatees and green sea turtles. One square meter of seagrass can generate 10 liters of oxygen a day!

Why is Seagrass in danger?

Seagrass has become endangered due to dredging, water quality degradation, and propeller scarring. As we boat through shallow waters, propellers start to destroy these habitats that create ecosystems for the marine life we love. To date, about 29% of our seagrass meadows have been depleted, and 1.5% more are lost every year.

What we are doing

Toadfish is partnering up with the Tampa Bay Estuary Program to help advance the research of seagrass restoration and ensure that we are investing in actions that improve water quality, providing seagrasses the conditions they need to thrive and reproduce. Each product sold will help seagrass restoration efforts on our coasts!