With decades of expertise in field-based conservation projects, Frost Science’s conservation programs educate and inspire others through collaborative action on marine and coastal preservation in South Florida.
The The National Coral Reef Conservancy (ReeFLorida) at Frost Science provides unique opportunities for conservation, education, community outreach and collaborative research.
Perhaps nowhere around the world have coral reef declines been as dramatic as those in Florida. Frost Science works closely with government, non-profit and volunteer groups to restore these delicate ecosystems.
Museum Volunteers for the Environment, or MUVE, is the Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum's volunteer-led coastal habitat restoration and monitoring project.
Our Marine Exotic Species Rapid Response program partners with the U.S. Geological Survey and volunteers to respond to reports of non-native marine organisms throughout Florida.
Treasured Taxa is an international exploration science initiative to study and protect threatened marine organisms, including corals and other species of concern.
A transformative program dedicated to empowering underserved high school students through coastal conservation.
Marine and coastal preservation initiatives at Frost Science are supported in part by:
César L. and Cristina Alvarez | Greenberg Traurig
George and Lydia Weiss