With over a decade of expertise in field-based conservation projects, Frost Science’s conservation program educates and inspires action on marine and coastal preservation in South Florida and Caribbean.

Volunteers plant mangrove propagules in ankle-deep water.

Museum Volunteers for the Environment

Museum Volunteers for the Environment, or MUVE, is the Phillip and Patricia Frost Science Museum's volunteer-led coastal habitat restoration and monitoring project.

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Coral restoration with a focus on growing corals that are more resilient in warmer oceans, Dr. Andrew Baker and Dr. Rivah Winter

Inventors in Residence Lab

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how science takes on the challenges of the 21st century inside the Inventors in Residence Lab, located in the Knight Learning Center.

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Marine Exotic Species Removal

Our Marine Exotic Species Removal program partners with local divers and the U.S. Geological Survey to respond to reports of non-native organisms from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys.

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Treasured Taxa

Treasured Taxa is an international exploration science initiative to study and protect threatened marine organisms.

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Marine and coastal preservation initiatives at Frost Science are supported in part by:

César L. and Cristina Alvarez | Greenberg Traurig
George and Lydia Weiss