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See what's new at the Loxahatchee River. Please visit this section for updated news, water quality reports, wildlife studies and more.

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.

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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.

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Ebb & Flow Volunteer Newsletter

Learn more about what our water quality volunteers are doing and their monitoring on the Loxahatchee River.

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Water Quality Maps for the Loxahatchee River

Get the most up to date information about the water quality in the Loxahatchee River!

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Friends of the Loxahatchee River

Join us to learn about the significance of State and Federal fisheries, regulations, fish stocks, and what the past, present, and future look like for this growing industry.

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The Trouble With Wipes In Your Pipes

It's a dirty duty, and rubber glove wearing Canute Dawson has it: removing all the debris that clogs the sewer pipes at one of Miami-Dades regional pump stations.

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Friends Kayak Adventures Turns into Wildlife Rescue

During a recent Friends of the Loxahatchee River/River Center naturalist tour of Bird Island, kayakers came upon a live juvenile brown pelican tangled in fishing line and suspended from a mangrove tree.

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Cooking Oil PSA

You just had a great holiday celebration, and the cleanup has begun. Do you know what to do with that left over cooking oil?

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River Culture

Loxahatchee River District staff educates the public on protecting and preserving a Wild and Scenic River in Florida.

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Awarded for Excellence by FWPCOA State Association

Sheldon A. Primus, Loxahatchee River District Plant Superintendent receives David B. Lee award from the FWPCOA State Association.

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2011 Domestic Wastewater Plant Operations Excellence Award

Loxahatchee River District Awarded Outstanding Facility by Florida Department of Environmental Protection

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Partial Redemption of LRECD Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 1978

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the applicable provisions of the governing documents of the above captioned bonds (the "Bonds"), $840,000 principal amount of the Bonds will be redeemed on October 1, 2011 at the referenced Redemption Price, together with interest accrued to October 1, 2011. From and after October 1, 2011 interest on the Bonds shall cease to accrue.

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2011 Large Water Reuse Project of the Year

The WaterReuse Association recently presented an award to the Loxahatchee River District.

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Loxahatchee River District Awarded Top Honors

The Loxahatchee River District was recently awarded the 2011 “David York” Reuse System of the Year by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Timing of this prestigious honor coincides with kick-off of the State of Florida’s observance of “Water Reuse Week”, May 15 – 21, 2011.

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Girl Scouts Present River Center with Community Award

The River Center was recently honored with a “Community Award” presented by the Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida.

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SFWMD Begins Pilot Program to Help Restore the Loxahatchee River

30-day flow test to provide supplemental water to benefit the river's ecosystems.

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River Center receives $5,000 Donation from Jupiter Inlet District

The River Center received a $5,000 donation from the Jupiter Inlet District. The donation will support environmental educational programs for students, families, and the community.

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The River District on Radio Green Earth

Radio Green Earth spent time on the Loxahatchee River exploring both its history and current importance to South Florida. Listen to this interesting piece to learn more about how the Loxahatchee River has had both local and nationwide influence.

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Oyster Reef Restoration Featured in Our Wonderful World Magazine

See the article, entitled, "Stimulus Money Serving Up Oysters On The Loxhatachee".

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South Florida Water Management Highlights LRD's Jupiter Highlands Project

See the Loxahatchee River Preservation Initiative (LRPI) update in the South Florida Water Management District's July 2010 newsletter.

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Loxahatchee River Oyster Reef Restoration Construction Begins

On Monday, June 21, crews began work to restore upwards of 5 acres of oyster reefs within the Northwest Fork of the Loxahatchee River.

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Loxahatchee River District Recognized by The School District of Palm Beach County as Gold Medalist Business Partner

For the past sixteen years, the Loxahatchee River District has worked in partnership with the Jupiter High School Environmental Research & Field Studies Academy.

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River Center Partners with Jupiter Farms Elementary on Creative Environmental Learning Experience

The Loxahatchee River District and Jupiter Farms Elementary School enjoyed a year-long educational partnership, recently culminating in a very special day at the environmental center.

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Protecting Yourself in Extreme Weather

Here are a few points to keep in mind to protect you, your family, and your home during severe weather events and prolonged power outages.

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River Center Named Nonprofts Going Green Winner, Awarded $1,500 from Community Foundation

The River Center was recently named a 2010 Nonprofits Going Green winner and awarded $1,500 from the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties for "The Most Green with the Least Green".

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New Additions to the Environmental Poster Series

The Loxahatchee River District is pleased to announce the next four posters in its environmental poster series.

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River Center on Facebook

The River Center has joined Facebook. Become a fan and keep updated on the lastest news and upcoming events.

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New Loxahatchee River Video

Watch a five-minute informative video in the Loxahatchee River District and its water treatment faciilty.

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Spoto's Joins Oyster Reef Restoration Project

Spoto's Oyster Bar in Palm Beach Gardens joins the effort to rebuild oyster reefs in the Loxahatchee River by recycling their oyster shells.

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Oyster Reef Restoration

Oyster reefs are vanishing due to a lack of hard surfaces where oyster larvae can attach. The Loxahatchee River District and The Nature Conservancy are working to restore oyster reef habitat.

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Lab Certification

Loxahatchee River District’s WildPine Ecological Lab Once Again Awarded State/Federal Certification

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IQ Water not affected by drought conditions

As the community faces current water restrictions due to drought conditions, the impact of programs that recycle wastewater and innovative management practices which look to preserve natural resources are of even greater significance.

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New Research Reports Published

The Loxahatchee River District is pleased to annnounce it has published four new research reports on the water quality and biological data of the river.

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Field Guide

The Loxahatchee River is the most southern boundary of the Indian River Lagoon, which has often been described as the most species diverse estuary in North America.

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Seagrass Study

"Viability & Variability of Seagrass Communities in the Loxahatchee Estuary and Associated Reach of the Indian River Lagoon" offers a look at seagrass distribution over a six year period at a variety of stations.

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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 20, 2015
LRPI Meeting
April 22, 2015
NPBCID Meeting
April 23, 2015
Starfish and Coffee Storytime
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