How community members are helping monitor wayward juvenile fish.
Rob Royer | Senior Aquarist
The Gulf Stream is a swift water current that runs from the Caribbean Sea, turning eastward along the North Atlantic seaboard. Like a continuously moving conveyor belt, the Gulf Stream brings warm water—and warm water species—northward. Sheltered by George’s Bank,
Kate Leavitt | Chief Program Officer
Seacoast Science Center is thrilled to announce its new intertidal-themed exhibit, The Edge of the Sea. The interactive experience is anchored by three thoroughly unique touch tanks totaling over 500 gallons of cold saltwater and teeming with intertidal animals and seaweeds. Visitors can get their hands wetRead More
Natalee Martin has joined our team as the Center’s first Chief Advancement Officer. The position was created as part of our renewed recommitment to fundraising, to ensure that we are meeting our community’s evolving needs and growing conservation ideals. Natalee’s enthusiasm to engage our community in helping to advance coastal and marine environmental educationRead More