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We are humbled to announce that we are 2016 IMPACT100 winners! Click here for the full story!

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2016 impact100 award winners

We are IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area Winners!

We are humbled to learn that we are WINNERS of the IMPACT100 award in the Pensacola Bay Area for 2016! The Coastal Conservation Corp project will allow EDGE to reach exponentially more people by traveling in a mobile outreach vehicle, the Discovery Depot. EDGE will take the message to the people rather than waiting for […]

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We are Impact 100 Finalists!!

       Check out this article from Pensacola News Journal!

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We Have New Programs!

Thursday, Sept 1st, we had our first group of elementary school kids come in for a field trip. It was a spectacular success!

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Reef Camera Update

The Navarre Beach Marine Science Station (NBMSS) is one step closer to making the Gulf Coast Discovery Center (GCDC) a reality as final preparations are underway for the installation of a live-streaming reef camera. WTR-TV, or Watch the Reef TV, is a self-cleaning camera created by View into the Blue (VITB) will allow visitors to […]

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2016 Paddlepalooza Was a Blast!

Check out these fun photos from our 2016 Paddlepalooza!

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Navarre Beach Marine Science Station Featured in Guy Harvey Magazine’s Education Issue

Recently, Navarre Beach Marine Science Station was featured in Guy Harvey Magazine’s Education Issue! GuyHarveyMagazine.com describes the special education issue like this: “The Guy Harvey Magazine Education Issue is a real eye-opening publication because it profiles some of the incredible marine science work being done by some amazing students and teachers.” The inclusion of a […]

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Navarre Beach Marine Science Station’s Charlene Mauro Wins 2016 NMEA Johnette Bosarge Award

At the 2016 NMEA conference in Orlando, FL, our very own Charlene Mauro was awarded with the 2016 Johnette Bosarge Award!

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Reef cam will offer peek at reefs

The Navarre Beach Marine Science Station (NBMSS) is one step closer to making the Gulf Coast Discovery Center (GCDC) a reality as final preparations are underway for the installation of a live-streaming reef camera. WTR-TV, or Watch the Reef TV, is expected to be up and running as early as the end of July. This […]

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Pensacola Doers: People who make a difference

This post originally appeared in the Pensacola News Journal, found here. Charlene Mauro, Director of the Navarre Beach Marine Science Station • Nominator: Anonymous. • What the nominator said: To say Charlene Mauro is a doer is an understatement. She not only does, she makes a difference. She was my Pensacola State College marine biology […]

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