[Partner Opportunity] Oyster Reef Ball and Shell Bar Projects, Various Dates in May @Tampa Bay, Florida
May 1 – May 31 all-day

Join our partner Tampa Bay Watch to help build oyster reef balls at the Tampa Bay Watch Marine Education Center and install them at Lassing Park. Reef balls stabilize shorelines and prevent erosion while creating habitat similar to natural oyster communities found along shoreline areas throughout Tampa Bay. Tampa Bay Watch is also recruiting volunteers to build an oyster shell bar to restore 2D Island in May. Go to

[Partner Opportunity] Seagrass Matting to Restore the IRL @Florida Oceanographic Society, Stuart, FL. Various dates in May and June.
May 1 @ 4:36 pm – Jun 30 @ 5:36 pm

Various dates and times in May and June 2022. 

Help Florida Oceanographic Society (FOS) create seagrass mats that will be used to restore seagrass meadows in the Indian River Lagoon. Participants will be attaching seagrass fragments to pre-cut burlap mats. No experience needed, but must have nimble fingers. This event is outdoors in their Group Pavilion. Wear clothes that can get a bit wet and dirty, shoes, and please bring a water bottle to stay hydrated. Please note the minimum age of participants is 5 years of age and must be accompanied by an adult. FOS has have limited space available for these events, so you must register in advance. Please RSVP online at Seagrass Events 

Seagrasses in the IRL
Jun 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Our partners at the Brevard Zoo’s Restore Our Shores are hosting a presentation from Don Deis on seagrasses in the Indian River Lagoon. As a coastal ecologist, he has interest in hard bottom (reef), saltmarsh, and seagrass habitats. He has studied these habitats throughout Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. He has been working with Sebastian Inlet District since 2005.

Gypsies in the Palace @Margaritaville in Key West, FL
Nov 3 @ 11:00 am – Nov 4 @ 9:00 pm

Save the Manatee Club will be receiving donations from some of the proceeds.

Gypsies in the Palace Event