Monday, April 22, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contacts: Edyna Garcia-Miguez, 786.374.6064 or 305.251.0001, Melinda Sherwood, 305.663.3543, Ally Jameson, 212.896.636, Malcolm Carfrae, 646.590.1325, James Michael Te,646.590.1325, THIS EARTH DAY, LACOSTE CELEBRATES LONG-STANDING RELATIONSHIP WITH THE EVERGLADES FOUNDATION AND TEASES NEW COLLABORATION Rare photo of a crocodile and alligator sunbathing next to one another. MIAMI … Read More

2018 Intern Blog Series – Week 7 & 8: Our Last Hurrah

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

  A landscape from our time at Loxahatchee, where we met with United States Geological Survey’s Regional Science Advisor for South Florida Nick Aumen.   This week was a bit shorter than we’re accustomed to, with our day off on the 4th of July and Friday giving us time to breath a little bit. Tuesday … Read More

Everglades Literacy Takes Center Stage at #ForEverglades Miami

Monday, November 23, 2015

Thank you to all of those who attended our ForEverglades Miami gala and helped make it a huge success! Last Friday, more than 200 Everglades Foundation supporters packed the 1 Hotel where they dined on a special menu of sustainably-sourced food from Beachcraft restaurant owner and Top Chef celebrity judge Tom Colicchio and enjoyed a mesmerizing performance by Cirque … Read More

Forging new frontiers in restoration science

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

In the spring, the Everglades Foundation’s Science Team attended the Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration (GEER) Science Meeting in Coral Springs. GEER is the major Everglades science meeting held biannually bringing scientists and engineers together to share the latest developments in Everglades science and facilitate scientific understanding among the broader decision-making community. The Foundation’s science team was … Read More

6 Facts You Should Know About the Everglades

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Beginning just south of Orlando stretching all the way to Florida Bay and the Keys, the Everglades is an interrelated series of wetlands 50 miles wide and 120 miles long. The Everglades ecosystem is one of the most unique in the world and serves as a subtropical refuge for thousands of plant and animal species. Learn more about … Read More