On Saturday, Aug. 4, SPC SCUBA club members, along with some friends, met at Indian Shores Beach for a morning of beach cleanup.
SPC’s Bay Pines STEM Center and Dr. Erin Goergen are part of a statewide effort – through work with students, surveys and cleanups – to reduce the impact of marine debris on wildlife habitats.
Go green with these Earth Day events all week around St. Petersburg College. From Tarpon Springs to the Allstate Center, students will be pitching in to leave the Tampa Bay area a little better than they found it. The Tarpon Springs Campus Environmental Science Club will host guest speaker Aaron Metz of the Climate Reality … Continue reading Taking care of Mother Earth; Earth Day events around SPC
This December, we will celebrate a momentous occasion – SPC’s 150,000th graduate. What does an SPC graduate look like? Check out our graduate and alumni stories and be prepared to be inspired. Help us spread the word and share your own story today on social media by adding the hashtag #WeAreSPC to your posts and … Continue reading SPC alumna @SylviaEarle Oceanographer/Environmentalist #WeAreSPC
By Dr. Heyward Mathews & Dr. Monica Lara On Sept. 12-13, Reef Monitoring Inc., held its second annual Lionfish Safari to combat the population explosion of the invasive lionfish into our local Gulf waters. From a few of this Pacific species of reef fish that were released into Florida waters in the late 1980s, their … Continue reading SPC students help with invasive lionfish control
By Dr. Heyward Matthews and Dr. Monica Lara On September 12 and 13, Reef Monitoring Inc. will sponsor a Lionfish Safari to help control the spread of the invasive Lionfish that is threatening our local reef fish. The event is under the direction of Cory Trier, a marine sciences student at St. Petersburg College’s Clearwater … Continue reading SPC student heads up Lionfish Safari