Hurricane Ian Q&A for coastal communities

Florida Sea Grant is hosting a live event open to the public tomorrow to answer questions about impacts to coastal communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.

UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant experts will address questions related to boating safety, derelict vessels, water quality and how to support local fishing and aquaculture operations.

WHAT: A live, free, webinar to answer pressing questions coastal community members may have. Members of the public are encouraged to submit their questions ahead of time

WHEN: October 14 at 3 p.m. EST

WHO: Anyone may attend. Anyone living in coastal communities impacted by Hurricane Ian is encouraged to attend.

Panelists include the following UF/IFAS Extension Florida Sea Grant faculty:

  • Scott Jackson, Bay County agent
  • Andrew Ropicki, Marine Resource Economics Specialist
  • Kate Rose, Charlotte County agent
  • Michael Sipos, Collier County agent
  • Armando Ubeda, Sarasota County agent

WHERE: Tune in on the Florida Sea Grant Facebook Live or on Zoom. The Zoom passcode to join the webinar is 005220.

COST: Free to attend.


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Posted: October 13, 2022

Category: Agribusiness, Agriculture, Coasts & Marine, Disaster Preparation, Natural Resources, UF/IFAS, UF/IFAS, UF/IFAS Extension, UF/IFAS Extension, UF/IFAS Research, Water
Tags: Bay County, Charlotte County, Coastal And Marine Resources, Coastal Living, Collier County, Florida Sea Grant, Food And Resource Economics Department, Hurricane Ian, Q&A, Sarasota County, UF/IFAS Extension Bay County, UF/IFAS Extension Collier County, UF/IFAS Extension Sarasota County, UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant Agents

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