bio-diesel boats and trucks
A diesel emissions grant inspired Port Everglades and the Port Everglades Pilots Association to convert the engines on several boats, trucks and lift equipment vehicles to be energy efficient.
Port Everglades includes manatee protection into all waterside activities.
nature center at state park
This nature pavilion built by the Port at John U. Lloyd Beach State Park serves as an educational facility with views of Port Everglades.
More than 70,000 baby mangroves and native plants are growing in a new conservation area at the Port.
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As custodians of one of the most diverse ecosystems in the country, Port Everglades remains steadfast in its dedication to careful, ecologically sound growth. Broward County’s leaders recognize that maintaining a careful balance between commerce and the environment is essential for the region’s well-being.

Our goal is to ensure the long-term interest of both the maritime community and the fragile environment within and around the Port by adhering to stringent governmental regulations, employing best management practices, careful study, and advancing progressive remedial and protective measures.

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