All of our programs have had a measurable, positive impact.
Our dolphin conservation research has produced new insights into the lives of these fascinating animals, which we share through countless free lectures, speeches and writings. The long-running lecture and concert series continue to attract and excite large audiences, and our newly formed Dolphin Club will provide a wonderful forum and resource for people interested in dolphins.
There are multiple ways you can help
- Start a workplace campaign
- Youth involvement
- Become a Dolphin Club Member
- Become a Volunteer
- Become a partner
- Representative Program
Some of the success stories
Meet the Scientist Lecture SeriesMeet the Scientist Lecture Series has been attracting world-class speakers and an average audience of 280 people, making it one of the most successful programs of its kind in Florida. The series is produced in collaboration with the Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy (JERFSA), and supported by the Rotary Club Jupiter-Tequesta and the Jupiter Inlet District. Each season runs from October through April, with all events held at the Jupiter High School auditorium from 7 to 9 pm. All lectures are free and open to the public.Meet the Scientist Lecture Series
Dolphin Dialogues Radio ProgramBetween 2004 and 2014, we produced and broadcast almost 400 ninety-minute live radio shows dedicated to science, the environment, conservation and sustainability. By the last few years, the program, which had been generously supported by our local radio station WJTW, had tens of thousand of regular listeners in more than 15 countries. Forced off the air when the station was sold, we now continue our efforts to inform and educate the public through our blog, also called Dolphin Dialogues.Dolphin Dialogues Radio Program