In 2020 SEFS overcame unexpected challenges to expand its programs and impact to new audiences.
Florida K-12 public school teachers: Add that ‘wow’ factor to your science lesson by requesting a virtual scientist visit.
Scientists say further analysis is needed to determine an exact cause. Meanwhile, a Harvard study has linked air pollution to higher coronavirus death rates.
Flood control measures, introduced species and increased development have dubbed the Everglades as the most threatened park in the U.S.
Despite COVID-19 closures, land conservation plans move forward and some animal and plant research has remained operational.
Looking for some good news about Florida’s environment? Check out this month’s collection of environmental success stories.
The takeaway message: As summer rolls around, warmer weather could play a role in the fate of COVID-19, but scientists … Continued
Beach closures might provide some relief to natural areas, but humans are still leaving their mark on Florida’s waterways.
Florida farmers are fighting financial slumps, while state parks close to prevent spreading COVID-19.
The program has developed a suite of digital, on-demand K-12 resources that teachers can easily deploy using their virtual teaching platform of choice.