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Preserving Nature by Design
Preserving Nature by Design
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Management Agencies

Using the latest in technology and most sophisticated environmental management techniques of our time, no less than 40 public and private entities, spanning from federal government to non-profit foundations, have made a commitment to the Loxahatchee River. These environmental managers are divided into the categories of federal, state, regional, county, municipal, special districts and advisory. By clicking on each category, you can see a listing with summaries and a link to more detailed information.

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Environmental Centers/Education Programs

See a sampling of the environemtnal centers and other education programs benefiting the Loxahatchee River and our surrounding areas.

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Non-profit Organizations

Here you will find a list of the local non-profit organizations dedicated to preserving the Loxahatchee River.

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Recreation

Learn the nesting patterns of sea turtles, navigate the freshwater reaches of the Loxahatchee, discover the variety of wildlife that make our community their home. Our area is home to a number of great environmental attractions where you can get up close and personal with nature. Here is just a samplings complete with phone numbers and/or web-sites. Not only can you have a wonderful time exploring nature, but you just might learn something, too!

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The River Center's Jr, Angler Tournament
Latest photos added: The River Center's Jr, Angler Tournament.
What's New
Girl Scouts: Science Behind Your Senses!
The Science Behind Your Senses / Be A Sister to Every Girl Scout. This fun-filled event will help Brownies understand their senses and Daisies will discover the world around them alongside their Girl Scout sisters.
2015 Night on the Loxahatchee: River Rhapsody
In the waning light of day on July 10, 1860, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse flashed its guiding beacon out across the seas for the first time. The completion of the lighthouse not only signaled a new era of safe navigation, but also served as a central point for a wide variety of communication technologies that helped turn the region from a sparsely populated “end of the line” settlement into a vibrant community living off the bounty of resources along the Loxahatchee River and Atlantic coast. It is only fitting then that this period of growth during the late 19th Century will be showcased at this year’s highly anticipated Night on the Loxahatchee fundraiser to benefit the River Center.
Featured on CNN! Diamond Ring Recovered in Sewer
Check out the latest story about the Loxahatchee River District as featured on CNN.
Events Calendar
April 2, 2015
WRAC
April 2, 2015
Starfish and Coffee Storytime
April 2, 2015
Pal Mar Water Control District
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