Category Archives: Education

Spring-Breakers Help Restore Tampa Bay

Not all college students on break come to Florida for the beaches and parties. Ten students from Ohio State University (OSU) recently spent their spring break helping the Tampa Bay Aquatic Preserves (TBAP) program with habitat res...

Profile: Meet Jim Igler, Super Volunteer

If you’ve ever volunteered to help improve Tampa Bay’s ecosystems, you’ve probably met Jim Igler. He’s the guy who has a near-perfect attendance record at the Tampa Bay Estuary Program’s Give a Day for the Bay events. Or you may h...

Erica Moulton: Making Science Fun

Profile It’s not often that skills a fifth-grader can master directly translate to the success of a deep-sea research mission – unless they’re applied to building underwater ROVs, or remotely operated vehicles. That...

Green Jobs: The What, The Where, The Why

By Scott M. Deitche “Green jobs” have been the buzzword in economic development for a few years now. From politicians who envision millions of green jobs to naysayers declaring they don’t exist, it’s tough to know how much of an i...

Community Education Programs Engage Adults

Twelve community education grants, designed to actively engage adults in water-related issues, have been awarded by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Six grants in the Tampa Bay region include: $5000 to the Florida ...