ROS_Oyster Gardening_Cocoa Beach 2017

The Oyster Gardening project is taking on new volunteers for the 2018-2019 Oyster Gardening season! By attending this training workshop, lagoon-front residents throughout Brevard County can grow oysters from their dock and help us monitor variables that affect growth and survival. Not in the study area? Questions? Please contact Katey at kleban@brevardzoo.org or at office: …

Oyster Data

After months of nurturing oyster babies through the Oyster Gardening project (now definitely more like oyster teenagers), it’s time for them to make their way to their forever homes in the Indian River Lagoon! Help us with our Oyster Collection Event at two locations within the county.

ROS_Oyster Gardening_Satellite Beach 2017

It’s not too late to join the Oyster Gardening project! By attending this training workshop, lagoon-front residents throughout Brevard County can grow oysters from their dock and help us monitor variables that affect growth and survival. Not in the study area? Questions? Please contact Katey at kleban@brevardzoo.org or at office: 321.254.9453 x376.

We know how popular oyster mat making is! Unfortunately, we are researching new methodologies and will no longer offer oyster mat workshops until further notice.

If you’re interested in alternative programs please email Kate Brown.

Mangrove Re-Planting

Free to the public, but reservations are required. For questions, please contact Kate Brown at kbrown@brevardzoo.org or 321.254.9453 x377.

Adopt-a-Mangrove

Free to the public, but reservations are required. For questions, please contact Kate Brown at kbrown@brevardzoo.org or 321.254.9453 x377.

Adopt-a-Mangrove

Free to the public, but reservations are required. For questions, please contact Kate Brown at kbrown@brevardzoo.org or 321.254.9453 x377.

Mangrove Zoo Program

Free to the public, but reservations are required. For questions, please contact Kate Brown at kbrown@brevardzoo.org or 321.254.9453 x377.

Wells Fargo Supply Moving

Bags of oyster shell used in the build will serve as future habitat to the spawn of the oysters that our Gardeners have grown. Each build is unique to its location and will ultimately help create a “living shoreline” all along the Indian River Lagoon.

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Bags of oyster shell used in the build will serve as future habitat to the spawn of the oysters that our Gardeners have grown. Each build is unique to its location and will ultimately help create a “living shoreline” all along the Indian River Lagoon.

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Bags of oyster shell used in the build will serve as future habitat to the spawn of the oysters that our Gardeners have grown. Each build is unique to its location and will ultimately help create a “living shoreline” all along the Indian River Lagoon.