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Marine Education

 

 

Sea Grant provides classes, field schools, presentations, and site visits for the following estuarine resource topics:

 

 

Florida Master Naturalist - Three 40-hour courses: Uplands, Freshwater, and Coastal.  40-hour course run from $230 - $275 (depending on materials requested).  There are four special topics courses and one restoration course that are 20-hours each.  Course fee between $155 - $175 (depending on materials requested): see website calendar for dates of schedule courses or contact Sea Grant Agent Rick O’Connor.

 

Panhandle Outdoors Live – Field school program to educate residents and businesses about the natural history of the Florida panhandle.  Prices vary on whether they are day trips or overnight ones: see website calendar for dates of schedule courses or contact Sea Grant Agent Rick O’Connor.

 

Science Hour - Monthly science lecture series on a variety of local topics selected by the public.  They occur on the second Thursday of each month (except December) and are presented at the Escambia County Central Office Complex room 104 – 3363 West Park Place.  No Cost: see website calendar for dates of schedule courses or contact Sea Grant Agent Rick O’Connor.

 

Youth – Sea Grant assist youth organizations and schools with presentations and field trips in the area of marine and estuarine natural resource topics: Contact Sea Grant Agent Rick O’Connor to schedule

 

Snakes  - Sea Grant provides lectures and site visits to assist residents and businesses with their understanding and management of snake issues: year round.

RESOURCES AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Florida Master Naturalist

Snakes

Youth Marine Science Lessons

 

Rick O'Connor
Sea Grant/Marine Science
3740 Stefani Road
Cantonment, FL 32533
(850) 475-5230
roc1@ufl.edu

Carrie Stevenson, Extension Agent III
Energy/Sustainability/Wind Storm
3740 Stefani Road
Cantonment, FL 32533
csteven@ufl.edu