Coastal Restoration Project Design and Evaluation, Jan 7-8, 2014, Apalachicola Reserve

Topic(s): Restoration Science
Priority Issue(s): Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation
Host Partner(s): Apalachicola Reserve , Grand Bay Reserve , Weeks Bay Reserve
Location: map icon St Joseph Bay State Buffer Preserve 3915 State Road 30A Port Saint Joe, FL
Date/Time: calendar icon1/7/2014 – 1/8/2014
Price: $15.00
Max Applicants: 30



This is a one and a half day workshop that will take place Jan 9th from 8:30-5:00 and Jan 10th from 8:30 to 12:30.


This workshop offers restoration professionals valuable knowledge, skills, and tools to enhance your ability to design targeted projects that have a greater chance of achieving success.


This interactive, one and a half day workshop will be taught by instructors from NOAA’s Coastal Services Center. This workshop is not intended to present the components of ecological restoration, but rather a project planning framework that will increase restoration project success.


By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Explain how restoration project design and evaluation support agency and organization missions, strategic plans, and established program niches.
  • Identify and communicate measurable project outcomes.
  • Demonstrate how logic models can be applied to restoration project design and evaluation.
  • Identify meaningful performance indicators as a part of project evaluation.
  • Assess types and levels of evaluation that can be applied to restoration projects.

Target Audiences:

Mitigation Bank Managers, Natural Resource Managers, State and Federal Agency Personnel, Wetland Professionals and Consultants.


A $15 registration fee is required for this course. Lunch will be included on the full day of class. Payments can be made by check or cash.


Contact Rosalyn Kilcollins, Coastal Training Coordinator at Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve at 850-670-7708 or email her.

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