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Visit the aquarium and learn ways you can make a positive impact on our planet and live more sustainably. Making small changes to our habits can make big impacts on our carbon footprint! Take the pledge! Share with us on our pledge wall what YOU can do to help our planet and oceans.

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Pollinator Party
Sunday, April 16, Noon - 3 p.m.

  • Pollinators, like bees, butterflies and hummingbirds work hard to keep flowers healthy. Make your own flower craft and add it to our community gARTden! 

  • Airbrush tattoos

  • Learn how pollination works in a hands-on science activity

  • Horticulturalist Tim Hoover will be on site to answer questions about the flora in and around the Shreveport Aquarium.  

  • Meet Beekeeper Dr. Buzgo from LSUS.  He will be bringing some of his bees in an observation hive.

  • See the sweet side of pollination. Plant your very own dwarf tomato plant to take home! 

  • Free with admission to aquarium. Get tickets

Join our Earth Month Ecochallenge team

Small steps lead to big change. Let's create a sustainable world and healthy planet and join our EcoChallenge team! From April 1 - 30, team members commit to concrete actions like carpooling, planting a tree, watching educational documentaries, spending more time outside, and volunteering in their communities. Points are awarded for each action taken. Actions are recorded systematically throughout Earth Month to demonstrate the cumulative impact of global participants. Join our team and start taking action


Member Movie Night (dinner included)

Thursday, April 20, 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

Movie begins at 7 p.m.

All ages – Free


Racing Extinction (NR) is a 2015 award-winning documentary that takes a sobering look at the mass extinctions that are likely to occur if humanity continues to engage in actions that pollute and degrade our oceans and land. Scientists are estimating that half of the species currently on earth will be extinct by the end of the century.


The movie investigates the problems but also offers solutions and how we can work together to stop, and, in some cases, reverse the current course we are on.


Food (sustainable seafood and plant-based dishes) will be provided free of charge and a cash bar will be available.

Tickets are limited and must be reserved in advance. This is for members only.

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Saturday, April 22, 8 a.m. - noon

Hey there, eco-warriors! Are you ready to get your hands dirty and make a difference in your community? Our Conservation Krewe has an awesome opportunity for you! Join us for a morning of trash pick up, tree trimming, weeding, and brush clearance to make our downtown beautiful!


Meet us at Shreve Station located at 400 Crocket Street, (parking will be available on-site.) Make sure to come dressed in pants and sturdy shoes or boots.

We can provide some tools but please bring gloves and any snips or garden shears you might have. And as a special thank you for your hard work, lunch is on us along with free admission to the aquarium that day afterwards!

So let's band together, make a difference, and have some fun while we're at it! To register, click on the link below and enter zip code 71101, and then look for Love the Boot Downtown Beautification

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Stock up on reusable items
Single-use plastics items can end up in our oceans and animals can eat or become entangled in them. Choose reusable or biodegradable straws, cups and totes to keep the animals safe. Our Sea Store has a variety of these reusable items for purchase.


Know any local restaurants who would like to take the pledge and help keep our oceans clean?
Receive $500 worth of eco-friendly to-go supplies on us! Say NO to single-use plastic food packaging! Single-use plastics are an environmental disaster. Disposable straws, to-go containers, water bottles and plastic bags that once seemed like a nice convenience have become something else: a massive, eternal pile of garbage in our ocean waters and landfills. Visit our plastic partners page for more information.


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