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Southwest Florida Living Shorelines

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Topic(s):

Living Shorelines

Priority Issue(s):

Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation

Host Partner(s):

Rookery Bay Reserve

Location:

map icon Naples, FL

Date/Time:

calendar icon6/3/2009

Price:

Not Available

Max Applicants:

100

           

Click here for a copy of speaker biographies 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

8:30

Registration

9:00

Welcome

9:15

Workshop Overview and Goals
Debbie DeVore, USFWS

9:25

What are Living Shorelines?
Dr. Chris Boyd, MS-AL Sea Grant

10:00

Florida Coastal Processes and Shoreline Alternatives
Dr. Mike Bauer, City of Naples

10:35

Break

10:55

Participant Input: Barriers and Benefits of Living Shorelines
Tabitha Stadler, RBNERR

11:15

Cost and Maintenance of Living Shorelines
Dr. Chris Boyd, MS-AL Sea Grant

11:35

Using Mangroves
Robin Lewis, Lewis Environmental Services

12:00

Lunch

1:00

Permitting and Regulatory Requirements: Case Studies with Regulatory Agency Perspectives

3:00

Break

3:15

Funding Opportunities
Marti McGuire, NOAA; Debbie DeVore, USFWS

3:30

Discussion - Question and Answer Session

4:00

Update on Development of Living Shoreline Best Management Practices
Debbie DeVore, USFWS

4:15

Wrap-Up and Evaluations

SWFL LSL Evaluation.pdf

4:30

Adjourn