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Drift on! ANGARI Foundation Calls on Public to Take Part in 10th Lagoon Drift Card Study

ANGARI Foundation successfully completed its 10th Lagoon Drift Card Study to study marine debris transport around the Lake Worth Lagoon.
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ANGARI Foundation Introduces South Florida Teachers to Shark Science and Research

Miami teachers participate in hands-on science education program ANGARI’s COE: Sharks program aboard ANGARI Foundation's research vessel.

Pinellas County High School Girls Participate in Oceanography Program With ANGARI and USF

ANGARI Foundation hosted Pinellas County high school students as they participated in hands-on marine science instruction during the University of South Florida (USF) College of Marine Science’s Oceanography Camp for Girls (OCG).
TESI Honors Collaborators During Annual Celebration and Awards. Photo credit: Jeff Gage, Florida Museum of Natural History.

ANGARI Foundation Honored at UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute Annual Celebration & Awards Ceremony

ANGARI Foundation has been recognized as an "Outstanding Partner" at the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute (TESI) first Annual Celebration & Awards Ceremony held at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville, Florida.
ANGARI and MANG Mangrove Planting at Tarpon Cove Palm Beach County

Palm Beach County ERM, ANGARI Foundation and Local Partners to Execute Mass Restoration Planting at Tarpon Cove

The Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management (ERM), ANGARI Foundation, MANG, local partners and community volunteers will help participate in a mass planting event at Tarpon Cove, a group of constructed islands located in the Lake Worth Lagoon.
ANGARI Whaly 500R Pro with bow door down

ANGARI Foundation Acquires Unique Whaly Tender From Nautical Ventures to Support Marine Science

To grow research expedition capabilities and support, ANGARI Foundation acquired a specialized Whaly 500R Pro from Nautical Ventures.
RV ANGARI in The Bahamas_drone by Will Greene

ANGARI Announces “Fuel Your Research” Initiative

ANGARI has supported Bahamas research since our inception but recent years have proven tough for researchers. We are excited to announce an amazing opportunity - our "Fuel Your Research" initiative, in support of marine science fieldwork in our home state of Florida.
Balloons found in the ocean whilst on R/V ANGARI

8 Tips for an Ocean-Friendly Party

Here's some tips on how to throw a fun, festive event that has the well-being of our oceans and environment in mind.
EXP 50: Back at the docks, everyone takes a photo to celebrate a productive day at sea and R/V ANGARI’s 50th expedition! PC: Amanda Waite

ANGARI Celebrates 50th Expedition during Shark Research with FlU

ANGARI Foundation marked its milestone 50th expedition during a Coastal Ocean Explorers (COE): Sharks expedition with FIU.

Educators Explore Shark Research with ANGARI and FIU

Florida teachers converged on ANGARI Foundation’s home port in West Palm Beach for an exciting opportunity to learn about and experience shark research firsthand. During this multi-day teacher-only workshop, educators were immersed in ANGARI Foundation’s "Coastal Ocean Explorers (COE): Sharks" program in collaboration with scientists from the Florida International University (FIU) College of Arts, Sciences & Education.
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