Spring 2015 Eco-Tours

Discover Roads Less Traveled: Eco-Adventures in Coastal Walton County The Florida Pandhandle is one of the five richest biodiversity hotspots in North America. Walton County’s extraordinary ecosystems are home to numerous and unusual native plants and animals. Besides its white-sand beaches, the County boasts the Choctawhatchee River (Florida’s fourth largest in volume), Choctawhatchee Bay, many creeks and streams, and the extremely rare coastal dune lakes. Discover Roads Less Traveled will introduce you to some of these...

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Sponsor CBA's Grasses In Classes Field Trips!

    Every year, CBA provides hands-on environmental education to elementary school students throughtout Okaloosa and Walton Counties. This year, over 2,000 students have participated in the Grasses In Classes program in 20 different local elementary schools! All year long, the students grow Spartina alterniflora in the provided salt marsh nurseries to be planted along the shoreline of one of CBA's restoration sites. In order to take these young stewards to plant their shoreline grasses, CBA needs your help! ...

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Volunteer Opportunities with CBA

Want to Volunteer with CBA??? There are a variety of opportunities to join CBA in promoting healthy & sustainable waterways! For more information about Volunteer opportunities, or if you want to join one of the CBA Volunteer teams, please email the Team Coordinator listed below.   Water Quality Monitoring Team - Monitoring Coordinator, Brandy Foley - foleyb@nwfsc.edu   Restoration Team - Resortation Coordinator, Rachel Gwin - gwinr@nwfsc.edu   CBA Events Committee - Fund Development & Marketing...

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