Join us for a series of FREE presentations on Fridays at the Bay Education Center in Rockport.
Are you interested in science or the coast and want to learn about a diverse range of topics - from plankton to people? If so, then stroll on over to the Bay Education Center, located in downtown Rockport (121 Seabreeze Drive), on Fridays at noon from January 13th through March 10th. The seminars are free and open to the public. Prepare to be utterly engaged and learn more about the nature, resiliency, and weather of the Texas coast and the Gulf of Mexico. This season’s seminar schedule is as follows:
Invasive Species in the Coastal Bend: How the Mission-Aransas Reserve is Battling Back
Watching Wintering Whooping Cranes
TEXAS-sized Marine Debris: Problems and Solutions
Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program: Protecting and Restoring the Bays & Estuaries of the Texas Coastal Bend
The Seagrass Blues: An Ode to Carbon
Does Organic Matter Have Anything to do with the Health of Coastal Ecosystems?
Rockport and the Aransas County Coastal Resiliency Effort
Patrick Rios and Amanda Torres
Wetlands: Hidden Gems in Our Own Backyard
Dana Sjostrom and Jacqueline Rose
Hurricane Impact: A Close Examination of Hurricane Structure, Potential Hazards and How We Forecast These Storms