Techniques for Creating Living Shorelines in Northwest Florida, Apalachicola, 5/26-27/2010

 

Topic(s): Living Shorelines
Priority Issue(s): Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation
Host Partner(s): Apalachicola Reserve , Weeks Bay Reserve
Location: Apalachicola Reserve
Date/Time: calendar icon  5/26/2010 – 5/27/2010
Price: $15.00
Max Applicants: 45

You can download the following workshop documents:

Workshop Agenda: Apalachicola LSL Agenda 5.26.10

Copy of shoreline protection product cost estimates:  Shoreline protection products Cost Estimates – MS AL Sea Grant

Information required for wetland resource permit applications: Info Required DEP and Corps Permitting

Local county permitting requirements: County Permitting and Regulations Chart

List of living shoreline websites, publications and electronic files:   Panhandle CD Contents, Online Resources and Publications

Speaker Presentations:

Gulf of Mexico Alliance Introduction, Workshop Overview and Goals
Amy Gohres, Weeks Bay Foundation; Rosalyn Kilcollins, Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve: 1.Gulf of Mexico Alliance Profile

What are Living Shorelines?
Melody Ray-Culp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: 2.What are Living Shorelines 6.8.10

Permitting and Regulatory Requirements
Amy Baldwin Moss, Florida Department of Environmental Protection: 3.Permitting Living Shorelines 6.8.10

Living Shoreline Design Methodology
Amy Baldwin Moss, Florida Department of Environmental Protection: 4.Living Shoreline Design Methodolgy

Shoreline Case Studies

Dan Rothwell, Franklin County: 5.Dan Rothwell – Indian Creek Park

Amy Baldwin Moss, FL DEP:
6.Amy Baldwin Moss – NW FL Living Shorelines Part 1
7.Amy Baldwin Moss – NW FL Living Shorelines Part 2

Eric Schneider, PBS&J: 8.Eric Schneider – Eglin AFB

Allison McDowell, Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance: 9.Allison McDowell – Choctawhatchee Bay

Living Shorelines Cookbook
Melody Ray-Culp, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: 9.Living Shorelines Cookbook

Funding Opportunities
Melody Ray-Culp, USFWS: 10.Melody Ray-Culp – USFWS Funding 6.8.10

Rosalyn Kilcollins, NOAA Restoration Center Funding: 11.Rosalyn Kilcollins – NOAA Funding

Rosalyn Kilcollins, FCMP Funding: 12.Rosalyn Kilcollins – FCMP Funding 6.8.10

Field Site Visits: Indian Creek and Millender Parks, Sawyer Street Breakwater Project


Special thanks to our partners who made this event possible.

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