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Nancy L. Caruso

Marine Biologist and Founder

Get Inspired Magazine

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Get Inspired Magazine

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Get Inspired Magazine is an independent quarterly magazine, online showcase and a creative community for discovering, sharing and creating inspiring work for artists, designers and photographers worldwide. Creatives from across the globe use our website to sho... more

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Employment History

Marine Biologist

Orange County Coastkeeper


Biologist

California Coastkeeper Alliance


Marine Biologist

California Coastkeeper Alliance


Aquarist and Water Quality Technician

Aquarium


Orange County Project Manager

Causeway Coast Kayak Association


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Get Inspired About Abalone Restoration in Orange County | California Diver Magazine

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Get Inspired's Executive Director and marine biologist Nancy Caruso has spent the last 13 years restoring and conserving the kelp forests of Newport and Laguna Beach.
"Ouplanting the large abalone has two advantages," said Caruso, "one is that they are capable of producing lots more babies and two they are eaten by very few predators at that size. The project was successful reporting nearly 40% survival after 1 full year. Nancy Caruso Nancy Caruso As divers we know how hard it probably is to track an abalone. "We were diving every 48 hours when they were first outplanted, " Caruso explained, "we did not want to lose track of them. Get Inspired is now fundraising for a BIG project that build on the pilot project's success. Their plan is to spawn 100,000 wild abalone and then raise them in the public aquariums and student classrooms all over Orange County and LA County until they reach 5 years old and then start outplanting them each year for 5 years to see what age is ideal for outplanting where survival is the highest and the lowest cost. "We are going to need lots of volunteer divers for this project," proclaimed Caruso who has trained over 100 divers to help with her various underwater projects. Get Inspired is currently fundraising to begin the project that will span the next 10 years. For more information or to make a donation contact Nancy Caruso at nancy@getinspiredinc.org or visit www.GetInspiredinc.org.


Couple to retrace Lewis and Clark route to promote fitness | Tariq Farid - Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Edible Arrangements ® and Entrepreneur

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The Carusos' modern-day expedition is sponsored by Edible Arrangements International Inc. and is designed to inspire people to "eat right and move more," Nancy Caruso said as she and her husband traveled through Texas on their way to Pittsburgh.
The couple own an Edible Arrangements franchise, which sells artistically designed arrangements of fruit. Nancy Caruso, a marine biologist, also is the founder and executive director of Get Inspired!, a nonprofit organization dedicated to "inspiring passion and purpose through the discovery of arts and sciences." "Nancy and I want to live healthy active lives, and we thought the country could use a little inspiration, too," said Tom Caruso, 41. Nancy Caruso, 39, said she and her husband "decided that we were going to do this trip to change our lives and maybe inspire others to do the same." Nancy Caruso, who grew up in northern Virginia, spent many summers visiting her grandfather in Pittsburgh. They often roamed the three rivers on his boat, she said. "He loved his boat and had a let's-do-it attitude," she said.


Get Inspired! Inc.

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Marine Biologist Nancy Caruso has been directing the Giant Kelp Restoration Project since 2002.
This Project is only the beginning for Nancy, the kelp, and thousands of schoolchildren throughout Southern California. Get Inspired's Executive Director and marine biologist, Nancy Caruso has spent the last 13 years restoring and conserving the kelp forests of Newport and Laguna Beach. Nancy Caruso teaches fish biology, topics in aquaculture, kelp forest ecology, and the history of the ORHEP in the classroom over the school year.


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The Environmental Nature Center (ENC) will host Captain Nancy Caruso, Marine Biologist and Founder of "Get Inspired" on January 9, 2014 at 6PM.
Captain Caruso will discuss Ocean Restoration in [...]


www.tariqfarid.com

The Carusos' modern-day expedition is sponsored by Edible Arrangements International Inc. and is designed to inspire people to "eat right and move more," Nancy Caruso said as she and her husband traveled through Texas on their way to Pittsburgh.
The couple own an Edible Arrangements franchise, which sells artistically designed arrangements of fruit. Nancy Caruso, a marine biologist, also is the founder and executive director of Get Inspired!, a nonprofit organization dedicated to "inspiring passion and purpose through the discovery of arts and sciences." "Nancy and I want to live healthy active lives, and we thought the country could use a little inspiration, too," said Tom Caruso, 41. Nancy Caruso, 39, said she and her husband "decided that we were going to do this trip to change our lives and maybe inspire others to do the same." Nancy Caruso, who grew up in northern Virginia, spent many summers visiting her grandfather in Pittsburgh. They often roamed the three rivers on his boat, she said. "He loved his boat and had a let's-do-it attitude," she said.


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