AmeriCorps

Spring 2016 Eco-Tours


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 spring-fed creeks and streams, and the extremely rare coastal dune lakes. Discover Roads Less Traveled will introduce you to some of these very special places in Walton County.

 

 

CBA ECO-TOURS VOTED BEST OUTDOOR ADVENTURE

 


 

2016 Spring Eco-Tour Schedule

 

Click here for COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

TO REGISTER:

There are two ways to register for CBA's Eco-Adventures:

1. Online: CLICK HERE to register online through Flexible Registration, "Flex Reg." Pay online using a credit card or e-check. You also have the option to click pay later button which will allow you to pay in person at an NWF State College campus or center with cash or check within 48 hours. If you are are *NEW* to College's system, you must create a non-degree seeking student account through the Northwest Florida State College website. If you have already taken other non-credit courses, you will log on with your ID and password.

2. In-person: Register at any NWF State College campus or center in the Student Services area - South Walton, Defuniak Springs, Niceville (Student Services center), Hurlburt, Fort Walton Beach, and Crestview. Payment can be made by cash or check ONLY at any NWF State College campus or business center.

 

For questions please call 850-200-4160