Water Quality Monitor

Join the CBA team as a water quality monitor! After training by our Monitoring Coordinator, you will hit your assigned river, bay, or coastal dune lake site to sample for both water quality parameters as well as algal blooms. For more information, email Brandy Foley at foleyb@nwfsc.edu.

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Oyster Gardening Volunteers

Local citizen scientists and volunteers are welcomed to join our program and raise their own oyster gardens for restoration. With weekly maintenance amounting to one hour per week, it’s easy to add to your weekend morning routine. If you do not have your own dock, no need to worry. We also need oyster allies to…

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Reef Builders

Looking for a great way to enjoy the outdoors while volunteering for a great project? CBA is seeking volunteers to create brand new reef breakwaters to reduce shoreline erosion and provide habitat for native critters. Email cba@nwfsc.edu for more information today!

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Monofilament Recyclers

Anglers safely deposit fishing line in monofilament recyclers across Okaloosa and Walton Counties, keeping the material from ending up in our waterways and impacting local wildlife. Each monofilament container is painted by a local artist. Be a part of the recycling process by picking up the fishing line and safely disposing it! Email cba@nwfsc.edu for…

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