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Archive for March 2017

14th Annual TurtleFest: Together We Can welcomes over 10,000, highlights conservation

  Over 10,000 people attended Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s 14th Annual TurtleFest: Together We Can for a day to celebrate the ocean at Palm Beach County’s largest seaside conservation festival. The theme, “Together We Can,” highlighted how everyone can make a difference for the ocean. As such, TurtleFest featured only compostable cutlery and plates, reusable water…

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Media invitation to TurtleFest: Together We Can

WHO: Loggerhead Marinelife Center WHAT: 14th Annual TurtleFest: Together We Can WHEN: Saturday, March 25 (10 a.m.-6 p.m.) WHERE: 14200 US Highway One; Loggerhead Park in Juno Beach WHY: To celebrate the world ocean, enjoy delicious craft beer and food, sing and dance to live music from local bands, browse and shop over 80 artisan…

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March Newsletter 2017 (TurtleFest Edition)

CEO Chatter with Jack Lighton Dear Friends of LMC, We are excited to bring you this special TurtleFest edition of our eNewsletter, which is is full of great insights and pro-tips on how to best enjoy this must-attend annual event. Our theme this year is “Together We Can,” which showcases the power of our wonderful…

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Tourists, residents and sea turtles flock to Palm Beach County beaches!

9.5 miles of beach monitored by Loggerhead Marinelife Center supports nearly five percent of the world’s loggerhead sea turtle nests Palm Beach County is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches attracting international visitors – some with feet, and thousands with flippers! Sea turtle nesting season will officially begin this Wednesday, March 1…

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center holds Invasive Species Awareness Day

Pulling weeds is like pulling teeth. Sometimes, you just have to do it. So when it comes to pulling weeds that really shouldn’t be there, Loggerhead Marinelife Center had the perfect reason to do it. LMC recently hosted a free Invasive Species Awareness Day event to educate the community about the impact of invasive species…

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