Program Locations

The Florida Center for Environmental Studies acts as a facilitator and coordinator of research and training related to the environment and as a locus for environmental information. Below are some of the key sites and program locations where CES operates:

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The Florida Center for Environmental Studies' (CES) main headquarters are located in the LEED Gold certified Davie West Building on the Davie Campus of FAU. This site hosts the base of operations for FAU's Everglades research and restoration efforts, complementing CES' vision to improve Florida's sustainability through research and education on ecology, climate change, and society.
The Florida Center for Environmental Studies' (CES) offices located on Florida Atlantic University's John D. MacArthur Campus were previously the headquarters for our Center. We still maintain offices here to provide oversight for the Robert J. Huckshorn Arboretum and the active student volunteer program associated with this project.
The Riverwoods Field Laboratory (RFL) is located on a remnant section of the Kissimmee River and is jointly managed by the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES). Riverwoods's main objective is to support research and educational activities related to the restoration of the Kissimmee River and greater Everglades watershed.
The Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES), in cooperation with SFWMD, has developed a field-based, interactive Education Program at DuPuis Visitors' Center that targets secondary students, teachers, adults, families and the local community. Community outreach events and lectures are held at the Visitors' Center located at Gate 5.
 
 
 Last Modified 11/8/16