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Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve

Apalachicola Environmental Education and Training Center
108 Island Drive
Eastpoint, FL 32328
(850) 670-7700

May 2015

  • Living Shorelines Workshop
    May 15 (9:30 am - 11:30 am)
  • Migratory Songbirds of St. George Island
    May 7 (2 - 3)
    Learn about migratory songbirds that use St. George Island as a stopover on their migration north.
    Led by Armando Aispuro, and Melanie Mancuso Environmental Cooperative Science Center, in cooperation with the Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Reserve Wednesdays - "Inshore Fishing"
    May 20 (2 - 3 pm)
    Multiple tournament winner Jeff Dutrow will discuss his favorite strategies for catching inshore fish. Topics will include: surf, oyster bars, bay, grass flats, jetties, tides, seasons, temperatures, color, sound and gear.

June 2015

  • Community Health and Resources Management (CHARM) Workshop
    Jun 2 (10 am - 2 pm)
    Franklin County Emergency Management Office, 28 Airport Road, Apalachicola, Florida
    Community Health and Resources Management or C.H.A.R.M. is a tool that helps community members and decision makers to project future scenarios about long term growth and development. By collaborating over a live table-top interface workshop participants use local mapping data to plan hypothetical growth scenarios for their community. Real time feedback allows participants to see the consequences of their planning decisions. The planning support tool encourages collaborative problem solving. No GIS experience is needed to participate.
  • Guest Lecture: Grass, Crabs and Rats: Genetics as a Tool in Conservation
    Jun 9 (2 - 3 pm)
    Hayley Tumas, doctoral student at the University of Georgia, will give a free lecture entitled Grass, Crabs, and Rats: Genetics as a Tool in Conservation. The seminar will focus on how genetics can be used in conservation decision-making to create more effective management plans.
  • Nesting Sea Turtles of Franklin County Beaches
    Jun 3, 10, 17, 24 (2 - 3 pm)
  • Shoreline Clean-Up Assessment Team (SCAT) Training
    Jun 1 - 3 (8 am - 4:30 pm)

July 2015

 


 

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