Current Projects

  • Manatees

    S2S manatee conservation specialists are providing the science and education to conserve the manatee and its habitat. Manatees have been a source of deep fascination for humans through the ages.
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  • Sea Turtles

    NESTS is a free, community-based educational outreach program that encourages the public to engage in simple activities that benefit nesting sea turtles, their nests, and their hatchlings.
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  • Right Whales

    S2S scientific data contributed to the decision to lower ship speeds in areas along the South Carolina and Georgia coastline. The result? Zero right whale mortality from ship strike during the five-year trial period.
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From the Field

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H2O Bus Story in ECO Magazine!

ECO/Environment Coast & Offshore Magazine provides comprehensive coverage and analysis of issues affecting the coastal and offshore environment field. Published nine times a year, this beautifully organized magazine highlights five key environmental areas: science, technology, economics, regulatory/policy, and healthy, security, safety, and the environment (HSSE). Each issue offers ...

Online Coupon Company Gives Back to S2S

The folks behind ChameleonJohn are on a mission to help people save money on their online purchases. But now they're on a different type of mission.

Upcoming Events & Expeditions

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21
May

S2S will once again be exhibiting at the Wild Amelia Nature Festival in Fernandina Beach! We will be attending the EcoExpo which showcases a variety of organizations and agencies, both public and private, that support nature and the environment.

1
Oct
10-01-16

OCTOBER 1, 2016   –   10 am to 4 pm   –   Seawalk Pavilion, Jacksonville Beach, FL

Celebrate the beginning of calving season as the North Atlantic right whales make their annual return to the coastal waters off Georgia and northeastern Florida!

Sea to Shore Alliance and NOAA co-host this annual right whale extravaganza, and this event has been growing in popularity and now attracts over 4,000 people each year!

Join us for live music, food trucks, art and photography, kids’ act...

Celebrate the beginning of calving season as the North Atlantic right whales make their annual return to the coastal waters off Georgia and northeastern Florida. Join us for this outdoor festival geared towards kids and family fun.