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THE IMPORTANCE OF MANGROVES
5/19/2021
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ETHICAL ANGLING
6/16/2021
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Events in the next 30 days...
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5/19/2021
The importance of mangroves

Alyssa Vinson is speaking about mangroves!

She will be speaking about their unique ecology and importance as a coastal resource.

Alyssa Vinson is the Residential Horticulture Agent at the UF/IFAS Manatee County Extension. She holds a M.S. degree in Ecological Restoration from the University of Florida and has spent the past 15 years working in formal and informal education and environmental regulation. She is originally from Indiana but has lived in Oregon, Alaska and Florida. She is excited to share her love of Florida’s outdoors with her two children.

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5/19/2021
Webinar

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5/19/2021
The importance of mangroves

Alyssa Vinson is speaking about mangroves!

She will be speaking about their unique ecology and importance as a coastal resource.

Alyssa Vinson is the Residential Horticulture Agent at the UF/IFAS Manatee County Extension. She holds a M.S. degree in Ecological Restoration from the University of Florida and has spent the past 15 years working in formal and informal education and environmental regulation. She is originally from Indiana but has lived in Oregon, Alaska and Florida. She is excited to share her love of Florida’s outdoors with her two children.

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6/16/2021
Ethical Angling

Angela Collins will be speaking about Ethical angling!


Ethical angling is about understanding the best practices for sustainable recreational fishing.

Angela is a Florida native and is completely obsessed with fish stories. She received her undergraduate degree in Marine Biology from Florida Atlantic University, and her MS and PhD in Biology from the University of South Florida. She has worked as a scientific diver in Louisiana, researched sharks and rays at Mote Marine Lab, and lived for years on a sailboat. She spent over a decade as a fisheries biologist specializing in reef fisheries research with FWC’s Fish and Wildlife Research Institute before joining UF/Florida Sea Grant in 2015. Her primary program areas focus on sustainable marine fisheries, cooperative research with industry, and shellfish aquaculture in southwest Florida.

 


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