East Coast Zoological Society

PROTECTING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES

Transforming Our Future

The East Coast Zoological Society is embarking on a historic campaign to build a world-class Aquarium and Conservation Center on Florida’s East Coast. This will serve as a regional conservation hub with an emphasis on restoring our coastal ecosystems, including the Indian River Lagoon, rehabilitating sea turtles and manatees and engaging children and families in conservation through fun, interactive, hands-on experiences further ensuring our quality of life continues for future generations.

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Preview the future aquarium experience

In addition to securing the future of Brevard Zoo, this campaign will plan for the next bold step – a second campus on the shores of the Banana River in Brevard County, FL addressing the vulnerability of Florida’s ecosystems. This historic campaign will fund a 14-acre, world-class, Aquarium and Conservation Center to combat negative environmental impacts to the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian River Lagoon and the St. Johns River.

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    Our Community, Region & World Needs

    What our Future Aquarium will do

    Educate

    by creating innovative programs that connect families and communities with nature

    Expand

    our living shoreline efforts and other restoration programs to save the Indian River Lagoon

    Strengthen

    our legacy of the best-possible care for our animals including the latest veterinary technologies, enrichment and training as well as expanding facilities for rehabilitation and release

    Create

    an estimated 900 jobs and positively impact property values and businesses

    Contribute

    an $85+ million annual economic impact

    Enhance

    our region’s ability to attract and retain a high-wage, high-talent workforce

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