Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach!
Find out how the Treasure Coast got its nickname by exploring the story of the 1715 Spanish treasure fleet that wrecked on our shores during a hurricane more than 300 years ago.
Join us for an oyster shell bagging at the Coastal Center and help bag oyster shells that will eventually be deployed into the Indian River Lagoon!
Volunteer and be a part of shoreline restoration by helping us to plant mangrove and salt marsh seedlings into recycled planters!
Join our education and volunteer staff as we discuss beach dynamics, biology, and oceanography every Sunday morning at Stuart Beach.
Donate to our relay team and help them put meaning to their miles during the Marathon of the Treasure Coast!
Dive in to learn more about goliath grouper and the important roles these gentle giants play on Treasure Coast reefs and wrecks!
Attend our volunteer information session and learn about becoming an exhibit guide as well as other ways to get involved at the Coastal Center.
Join a NASA biologist to see how technology is being used to track sharks and gamefish in and around the vast protected area surrounding the Kennedy Space Center complex.
With the Indian River Lagoon under relentless environmental attack, see how ongoing research is linking human health, marine mammal health, and environmental health in our watery backyard.
Join us to celebrate and support Florida Oceanographic Society and its mission to inspire environmental stewardship of Florida's coastal ecosystems through education, research and advocacy.
Learn casting, knot tying, tackle selection, angling ethics, fish filleting, cast netting, and more! This free event is open to children ages 8-14.