Beginning in 2018, Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) launched American Sign Language (ASL) friendly programming and events, thanks to the help of advocate and deaf staff member, Jennifer Reilly. A member of the Research team, Jen serves as LMC’s Field Operations Assistant, where she monitors the world’s most densely populated loggerhead sea turtle nesting beach and…

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CEO Chatter with Jack E. Lighton Dear Friend of LMC,  It is my pleasure to welcome you to our special November edition of our monthly newsletter! In this newsletter, we will celebrate some amazing milestones and focus in on exciting BLUE opportunities that will help us kick off the festive Holiday Season together! Go Blue…

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Juno Beach, FL. – It takes a village, and in this case a committed conservation partner 4ocean, to support one of the largest sea turtle releases to-date for Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC). On Friday, October 18, LMC released 242 hatchlings and post-hatchlings who were ‘blown in’ after Hurricane Dorian coasted Florida, including two juvenile turtles…

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Juno Beach, FL – Beginning with its founder Eleanor Fletcher’s early research of sea turtles, Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) has a long history of innovative and exploratory sea turtle research. Over the course of the Center’s 36 years, LMC’s research department has acquired extensive databases of information on threats facing sea turtles, appropriate nesting incubation…

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CEO Chatter with Jack E. Lighton Dear Friend of LMC,  It’s my pleasure to welcome you to our special Go Blue Awards Luncheon edition of our monthly eNewsletter!  In 2009, our annual Go Blue Awards Luncheon was co-founded by Lynne and Pete Wells and recognizes those who contribute to a “blue” lifestyle of ocean conservation.…

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Juno Beach, Florida: Loggerhead Marinelife Center (LMC) announces the launch of its Blue Table program, a collaborative effort with local restaurants and businesses to help protect the marine environment. Blue Table partners are working to reduce single-use plastics and promote sustainable seafood choices in their establishments. During the initial phase, the Blue Table program will encourage participation of restaurants, hotels, bars, resorts, and businesses adjacent to the…

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Following each beach and underwater cleanup, LMC’s Conservation Department sorts and analyzes the collected trash. In August 2019, 8 beach cleanups were conducted and evaluated. This data was collected and sorted in alignment with best practices as outlined by our partners at NOAA and the Ocean Conservancy. A special thank you to Bank of America for sponsoring LMC’s Sort Reports.

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