Past Public & Special Participation Events:

2017 events, included but were not limited to:

2016 & 2015 events, included but were not limited to:

  • Sept 2016 All Day Bleachwatch Training with Practical Dive
  • Annual SE Florida Marine Debris Reef Cleanup
  • Fairchild Estate Garden Ramble
  • MCAC Lionfish Derby
  • Gumbo Limbo Turtle Festival
  • Tortuga Music Festival
  • Miami River Day
  • Hallandale Green Festival & Summer Green Team Training
  • Miami Beach Boat Show
  • Fort Lauderdale Boat Show
  • Green Planet Festival
  • Our Florida Reefs Community Workshops (Jan/Feb 2016)
  • January 2015 Teacher Training​​​​
  • Coastal Beach Cleanup​

Come meet FOFR and several other great local organizations on July 16 participating with the SEAWATCH/SOS Ocean Conservation Day & Shoreline Beach Clean-up. FREE-to-attend! For more info, please visit the SEAWATCH/SOS event page on Facebook:

For several months, FOFR has been helping the FDEP CRCP and other planning participants to host the 38th Bi-Annual Meeting of the United States Coral Reef Task Force in Ft. Lauderdale and the vicinity. Stay tuned for more announcements coming soon about this exciting gathering of experts from around the nation.

Interested in SPONSORING this 2017 USCRTF Meeting?  Click Here for more info!

​Join awesome dive operators in the Tri-County in June & July 2017 for the 7th annual SE Florida reef cleanups:  June 24-25 & July 23 (5 boats out of Broward County), July 22-23 (7 boats out of Palm County, 1 event in Martin County), and July 29-30 (2 boats out of Miami-Dade County).  Marine debris will be collected and documented.

In cooperation with the Florida Coral Program, partners and allies across Florida and the world, FOFR strives to participate with and bring interesting events, programs and activities to all who may be interested in participating to protect and conserve our precious coastal resources and reefs in SE Florida.


Come meet representatives from FOFR and/or the FDEP CRCP, and other
great regional organizations, 
at the following opportunities and events:

SEAFAN BLEACHWATCH TRAINING (class and practical dives)

​Check back soon for more details about the 2017 SEAFAN BLEACHWATCH field course trainings that include a classroom session and a practical dive component to help divers properly recognize and document coral bleaching and diseases in SE Florida.Save the dates in Palm County for for July 29th with Pura Vida Divers, and Sept. 9th in Broward with Force-E Scuba & and S.FL Diving HQ.