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Diving Into Clam Restoration

Help us bring these filter feeders back to the Indian River Lagoon.

Callie at seagrass nursery

Check Out Our Seagrass Nursery!

A brand-new nursery in Paws On gives you an up-close view of seagrass.

Lindsay holds gabion

All About Gabions, Our Newest Conservation Tool

We’re testing out a new device for use in our lagoon restoration projects.

ROS staff building oyster reef

Conservation Continues: Completing Our Largest Living Shoreline

Our Restore Our Shores team recently finished their largest living shoreline to date—adding almost 1,000 feet of oyster reefs and vegetation to the lagoon!

Spoonbill Chicks Are Here!

Get ready to coo over this too-cute twosome.

Tumors on a green sea turtle

This Little-Known Disease Is Impacting Sea Turtles in the Indian River Lagoon and Beyond

You’ve probably never heard of fibropapillomatosis, but it’s taking a serious toll on Brevard County’s sea turtles.

Restore Our Shores team building an oyster reef in the lagoon

Oysters—Oh, Shucks!

Oysters are more than just a tasty appetizer—they’re essential to maintaining healthy aquatic ecosystems in the Indian River Lagoon and beyond.

Mangrove roots

Why We Love Mangroves and You Should, Too!

Mangroves may be the superheroes of the plant world.