Fight Dirty Tybee
Hi...I’m Tim on Tybee. I run the local beach cleaning group, Tybee Clean Beach, work on Fight Dirty Tybee’s anti-litter efforts, and sit on the Boards of the Tybee Main Street Development Authority and the Savannah Chatham Sustainability Coalition (folks that produce Savannah’s Earth Day Festival). This blog is all about showcasing the many efforts that make Tybee Island a more sustainable place for people and marine life.

Coco’s: sustainable fun!

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Coco’s: sustainable fun! Sweeping marsh views…incredible sunsets…fishing boats and trailing seagulls coming and going…no straws in the restaurant…wait – what? Yep, you read that correctly, Coco’s Sunset Grille has eliminated all single-use straws as a way of ensuring nothing from the restaurant ends up in the surrounding marsh and Creek. That philosophy is evident in […]

Salt Island…already an Island favorite

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Salt Island…already an Island favorite Even though Salt Island Fish & Beer has been open only a little more than a year, it has quickly become a favorite among locals and visitors alike. What’s not to love? An extensive and eclectic craft beer menu, good wine choices, and a menu of fresh, creative small plates, […]

North Beach Bar and Grill – a place of many ‘firsts’

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North Beach Bar and Grill – a place of many ‘firsts’ Many a visitor and most locals regularly head to the North Beach section of Tybee Island for its family-friendly atmosphere, iconic lighthouse views, and the chance for a close encounter with frisky dolphins and enormous cargo ships. They’re also there to hang at the […]