September 19, 2018
EnergyWhiz, created by the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) in 1999, is a forum for students to demonstrate their environmental science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (E-STEM) capabilities through project-based...
September 16, 2018
The collaborative work between Palm Beach County’s Environmental Resource Management services and FAU-Pine Jog Environmental Education Center to re-introduce Florida native orchids is off to an amazing start.
Doug Tallamy Event Flyer
April 20, 2018
Please join us for an evening you won’t want to miss! Dr. Douglas Tallamy, author of "Bringing Nature Home", will share how growing native plants in our own yards, gardens, and local greenspaces gives us the chance—and...
image of a racoon
April 16, 2018
Special thanks to all of those that joined us for our annual fundraiser, Pine Jog at Night.
Orkids Logo
June 22, 2017
FAU Pine Jog is very excited to be a recipient of a $100,000 Impact 100 of Palm Beach County grant to expand our OrKIDS Project.
Nature Playscape
January 24, 2017
FAU Pine Jog Environmental Education Center is constructing a hands-on, kid and family-directed Nature Playscape!
Wild Orchid T-shirt Logo
January 23, 2017
2018 marks the third year of the Pine Jog Wild Orchid 5K trail run and walk. This unique trail course is open to all walkers, runners, families, and wheelchair athletes who want to experience a one-of-a-kind trail run through...
Pine Jog/ HBOI Planning
May 05, 2016
In early April, Dr. Megan Davis, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute (HBOI) Interim Executive Director, and Mr. Ray Coleman, Executive Director, of Pine Jog EE Center were talking in the parking lot after presenting programming...
Student at Co-Lab Club
May 03, 2016
Fourth and fifth-grade students at Pine Jog Elementary who are enrolled in the after-school program had the opportunity to join Co-lab Club this year, which is a new club geared towards engaging elementary students in environmental...
February 08, 2016
The first annual FAU Pine Jog Wild Orchid 5K Run had over 120 runners taking off through the forest on a cool 70-degree morning.