In 1993, the Sea Turtle Conservancy established its Educational Program to begin directly engaging in issues that affect U.S. nesting populations of sea turtles. Drawing on Sea Turtle Conservancy's five decades of international sea turtle conservation experience, this program is improving the survival outlook for marine turtles in the United States, especially in Florida (which supports 90% of all the sea turtle nesting in continental U.S.), by empowering small, local sea turtle groups throughout the state, providing educational materials, recognizing citizens and buisnesses working for the benefit of sea turtles and their habitats, and establishing the concept of using sea turtle migration-tracking tracking as an online educational tool.
An educational center located in the heart of the Archie Carr Refuge.
A fun, educational journey through the science, research and geography of sea turtle migration.
A section devoted to kids! Games, turtle heroes, activities, artwork and downloads.
Educational outreach materials available by request or to download.
Educational Guide, lesson plans and activities based around sea turtles.
In Florida during June and July, join STC on a guided turtle watch.
Coming Soon! A program that will bring sea turtle education to life through online activities and virtual interaction.
Educational outreach conducted by STC in Tortuguero.