Archive for the ‘Outdoor activities – Fort Pierce’ Category

Oyster Bagging to Restore Shorelines

oyster Volunteers were hard at work bagging oysters shells that will be deployed along strategically selected shorelines of the Indian Lagoon in Fort Pierce, FL. Thank you Jim Oppenborn, a tireless advocate for local environmental causes, for bringing volunteers, equipment, oyster shells and shorelines together. Motorized Kayak Adventures pitched in and we support volunteer based conservation. If you have an interest in being part of a conservation event or organization on the Treasure Coast, let us know by emailing us at

October full moon tours -spectacular views

Fall full moon tours

Fall full moon tours

Gorgeous fall colors from our recent full moon tour. Moon tours only happen twice a month when the moon and sun rises occur at the right time. Book your full moon tour at

Master Naturalist Wetlands Field Training

IMG_5969 Seen here are master naturalist students and instructor discussing invasive and native snail populations in a wetland habitat near Fort Pierce, Florida. By combining field studies like this with classroom training, students gain a better understanding of the ecosystems that ultimately sustain all life.