TCPalm: Take a look inside Florida Oceanographic Society's new Ocean EcoCenter

Check out photos of exhibits and displays in the Ocean EcoCenter!

WPTV: New Ocean EcoCenter Set To Open in Martin County

Grand Opening July 16th!

July 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Sharks and Rays Month!

June 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Oceans Month! 

May 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Sea Turtles!

Lake Okeechobee Discharges Article

Learn about the current happenings surrounding Lake Okeechobee discharges. 

April 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Earth Month! 

March 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Seagrass! 

February 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Gamefish! 

TCPalm's 12 Days of Christmas Feature

Support Florida Oceanographic!

January 2021 Newsletter

Celebrate Shorebirds! 

December 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Invertebrates! 

November 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Manatees!

October 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Oysters! 

September 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate estuaries with Florida Oceanographic Society! 

August 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Reefs Month!

July 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Sharks and Rays Month! 

June 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Oceans Month! 

May 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Sea Turtle Month! 

April 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Earth Month with Florida Oceanographic Society! 

March 2020 Newsletter

It's Game Fish Month at The Coastal Center! 

February 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Invertebrates Month at the Coastal Center! 

January 2020 Newsletter

Celebrate Seagrass and Mangrove Month at the Coastal Center!

Construction begins on new Ocean EcoCenter at Florida Oceanographic Center

Take a look at this news clip featuring our new and upcoming Ocean EcoCenter!

Seagrass beds are starting to revive along the Indian River Lagoon; but for how long?

Don't cue the ticker-tape parade quite yet, but seagrass is starting to make a comeback in the Indian River Lagoon along the Treasure Coast and Space Coast.

U.S. Sugar Corp. vs. Army Corps: Who's right about operating Lake Okeechobee levels?

The Army Corps of Engineers is "rolling the dice" with water South Florida depends on by lowering Lake Okeechobee, the U.S. Sugar Corp. says.

Despite Dorian, Army Corps won't start Lake Okeechobee discharges to St. Lucie River yet

Less rainfall than expected from Hurricane Dorian plus efforts to keep Lake Okeechobee low add up to no discharges to the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers.

Now is time for courageous leadership by water management officials

This is a pivotal moment in our longstanding fight for clean water.