One day class at ANERR
The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve will offer a one-day class in environmental science on Wednesday. Nov. 14.
The “Rivers and Floodplains Class” covers the ecology, geology, and natural history of the rivers and floodplains of the Florida Panhandle with the main focus on the Apalachicola River and floodplain. Other types of river systems will also be discussed. Learn about the diversity of animals and plants found in the river and surrounding floodplain, and their connection to the bay. Be prepared to spend part of the day in the classroom and part in the field on our boat exploring the river and walking in the floodplain. Cost is $10 per person. Rain date Nov. 1.
For additional information, contact Coastal Training Program Coordinator Rosalyn F. Kilcollins at 670-7708 or Rosalyn.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming up at the FSU Marine Lab
From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, attend a workshop at the Florida State University Coastal and Marine Lab, 3618 U.S. 98, Saint Teresa, and learn how to construct and use your own SENSE IT Temperature Sensor.
On Sunday, Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. join Peter C. Stone, author of “Waltzes with Giants: The Twilight Journey of the North Atlantic Right Whales” for a discussion of “The Art and Science of Nature Journaling for the Observant Writer.”
For more info call 697-4095 or 697-4120.