- Restoration Efforts and Aquatic
The Ecosystem Restoration staff from DEP's Northwest District are
moving to CAMA to manage the four aquatic preserves in the northwest
part of the state.
- GTM NERR Initiates Community Reef Building Project (4/13/12)
Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTMNERR)
is partnering with the local community to build living reefs with
discarded oyster shell.
- Leatherback Sea Turtle Gets the
Jump on Nesting (3/30/12)
Tracks leading to and from the ocean at GTMNERR are evidence that a
leatherback turtle made her nest March 24, the earliest nesting date
on record for Florida's First Coast.
- Controlling Invasive Plants in your
With so many natural and residential landscapes being overwhelmed by invasive exotic vegetation, having a yard
with native Florida-friendly vegetation is not only beneficial to local ecosystems, but can also be
financially appealing to homeowners.
- Sci Cafe Features Science Applied to
the Good Life on the Northern Gulf Coast (2/29/12)
Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve (ANERR) is kicking off a new series dubbed Sci
Cafe where the public can sit down with a scientist and have a conversation about scientific topics that are important
to everyone who lives on the gulf coast.