Now accepting applications for the Florida Sea Grant Scholars Program. This $2,000 scholarship is open to full-time undergraduate and graduate students and is based on the applicant’s research proposal.
Hurricanes are expensive for both home owners and the insurance industry. In 2004 and 2005, eight hurricanes slammed Florida, inflicting $31.3 billion in insured losses. Two Florida Sea Grant research projects are helping to reduce the economic impact of hurricanes on Florida’s vulnerable residential structures valued at $1.5 trillion. Because much of the hurricane damage…
Students at the University of Florida College of Law Conservation Clinic have developed a model ordinance for sea turtle friendly lighting, and extension agent Brooke Saari helps a beachfront community dim the lights.
Join us for a free two-day intensive workshop on intensive oyster culture. The workshop will take place in St. Teresa, Fla. and Cedar Key, Fla.