The Tampa Bay Estuary Program's Community Advisory Committee hosted its annual Bay Mini-Grant Show 'N Tell on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council offices in Pinellas Park.
Members were treated to 9 presentations from Bay Mini-Grant projects completed in the 2010/2011 grant cycle. Projects highlighted included climate change workshops for teachers, water quality monitoring by a local school, and even a house for bats!
Click the links below to view the presentations.
- Scott Kennedy - "Allen's Creek Water Quality Monitoring" - St. Paul's School
- Brandon Johnson - "South St. Pete. Bayou Clean-Up/Recycle Roundup" - Golder Associates, Inc.
- Stephanie Lawler - "Installation of a Watergoat" - USF/SEAS
- Ed Carlson - "3rd Annual Parks Clean-Up" - Jungle Terrace Civic Association
- Martha Gruber - "Florida Coastal Environmental Education" - Friends of Tampa Bay National Wildlife Refuge
- Krista McKean - "Colorful Native Lined Seahorses" - Lowry Park Zoo
- Heather Judkins - "Elementary Teachers Explore Climate Change" - The Florida Aquarium
- Debbie Chayet - "McKay Creek Gone Batty - Phase II" - Pinellas County Extension
- Norma Robinson - "Mann-Wagnon Restoration" - Sulphur Springs Museum