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Techniques for Creating Living Shorelines in Northwest Florida - Apalachicola

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Topic(s):

Living Shorelines

Priority Issue(s):

Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation

Host Partner(s):

Apalachicola Reserve

Location:

map icon Apalachicola Community Center, Apalachicola, FL

Date/Time:

calendar icon5/26/2010 - 5/27/2010

Price:

$15.00

Max Applicants:

45

      

Click here for a copy of shoreline protection product cost estimates, information required for wetland resource permit applications, local county permitting requirements, and a list of living shoreline websites, publications and electronic files distributed to workshop participants.
 
Special thanks to our partners who made this event possible.

 

Agenda

Time

Session

Media/Resources

Video

May 26, 8:30 a.m. EDT

Registration

9:00

Gulf of Mexico Alliance Introduction, Workshop Overview and Goals
Amy Gohres, Weeks Bay Foundation; Rosalyn Kilcollins, Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve

Amy Gohres - Gulf of Mexico Alliance.pdf

9:20

What are Living Shorelines?
Melody Ray-Culp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

What Are Living Shorelines 5.26.10.pdf

9:50

Permitting and Regulatory Requirements
Amy Baldwin Moss, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Permitting Living Shorelines.pdf

10:20

~Break~

10:35

Living Shoreline Design Methodology
Amy Baldwin Moss, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Living Shoreline Design Methodology Part 1.pdf
Living Shoreline Design Methodology Part 2.pdf

11:45

~Networking Lunch~

12:45 p.m. EDT

Shoreline Case Studies
Dan Rothwell, Franklin County; Amy Baldwin Moss, FL DEP; Eric Schneider, PBS&J; Allison McDowell, Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance

Dan Rothwell - Indian Creek Park.pdf
Amy Baldwin Moss - NW FL Living Shorelines Part 1.pdf
Amy Baldwin Moss - NW FL Living Shorelines Part 2.pdf
Eric Schneider - Eglin AFB.pdf
Allison McDowell - Choctawhatchee Bay.pdf

2:00

Living Shorelines Cookbook
Melody Ray-Culp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Living Shorelines Guidance Manual.pdf

2:15

Funding Opportunities
Melody Ray-Culp, USFWS; Rosalyn Kilcollins, Apalachicola NERR

Melody Ray-Culp - USFWS Funding.pdf
Rosalyn Kilcollins - FCMP Funding.pdf
Rosalyn Kilcollins - NOAA Restoration Center Funding.pdf

2:30

Wrap-Up Questions

2:45

Field Site Visits: Indian Creek and Millender Parks

5:00 p.m. EDT

Evaluations and Departure

May 27, 8:45 a.m. EDT

Registration

9:00

Sawyer Street Breakwater Project

12:00 p.m. EDT

Departure