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The Coastal Training Program provides up-to-date scientific information and skill building opportunities to individuals responsible for making decisions that affect coastal resources. Through this program, GTM Research Reserve provides the tools needed by decision makers to address critical resource management issues of concern to local communities.

Primary Issues

  • Coastal habitat restoration.
  • Water quality.
  • Watershed and stormwater management.
  • Land use and coastal development.
  • Invasive species management.
Coastal managers in a classroom

Coastal Training Program in Action

  • Provides workshops seminars and hands-on field experiences.
  • Available to local officials and decision-makers for technical assistance.
  • Facilitates stakeholder meetings and networking opportunities for local community groups and efforts.
  • Assesses needs and markets the program to identify and improve critical training.

For more information about the GTM Research Reserve Coastal Training Program, contact Tina Gordon at (904)823-4500 or Tina.M.Gordon@dep.state.fl.us.

Information and presentations from current and past workshops available here.

Upcoming Workshops

Recent Workshops

  • Northeast Florida Roundtable
  • Living with Mangroves and their Regulations
  • Navigating Rough Seas: Planning and Facilitating Collaborative Meetings
  • Planning for Sea Level Rise in the Matanzas Basin
  • Northeast Florida Native Plants and Herbarium Specimen Prep 101
  • First Coast Invasive Working Group Spring Meeting
  • Turtle Shores Nature-Wise Community
  • Clean Coastal & Ocean Waters: Exploring Opportunities in Florida
  • Living on Florida Waters: What to Know about Mangroves, Docks and Shoreline Stabilization
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Last updated: November 07, 2016

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