This virtual mini-series examines our interconnectedness through water and specifically Florida’s water. Inspired by the Smithsonian Institution Water/Ways traveling exhibit, … Continued
Join Scientist in Every Florida School and EarthEcho International for a conversation with scientist Audrey Goeckner and led by EarthEcho … Continued
Floridians are already witnessing its harmful consequences in aquatic ecosystems as Florida creeps into its summer season.
To pair with the rest of our educational content in each Earth to Florida newsletter, we bring you monthly updates … Continued
Growing water demand and water quality threats pose a risk to Florida’s water supply. Several bills aim to address the future of our water resources.
Meanwhile, wading birds are returning to historic nesting sites in the Everglades, but in lower numbers.
Pollution has been plaguing Florida waterways for years. Fecal bacteria and excess nutrients can be found in water bodies across the state.
Green sea turtle habitat gains much-needed protection while scientists work two restore two important shellfish populations: oysters and freshwater mussels.
The Florida Cabinet recently approved $79 million in Florida Forever funds to conserve nearly 32,000 acres of land in the state.
TESI coordinator and educator Sadie Mills chronicles her quest to find the best ocean-friendly sun protection in this month’s Action of the Month.