Using Natural Designs for Resiliency

When:  August 2, 2016

               9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Where: University of Texas Marine Science Institute, 750 Channel View Drive, Port Aransas, TX 78373

               Location: 3rd floor of ERC Building

Why should I attend?

  • Participants will investigate how living shorelines relate to resiliency, and identify the benefits of these natural designs to their communities. 
  • Participants will hear from local project teams that are involved in the development and implementation of living shorelines projects. 
  • Participants will be able to assess project ideas, identify next steps, and investigate funding opportunities for these types of projects.

Who should attend?

Resource managers, restoration practitioners, community planners, land managers, or anyone that integrates resiliency into their work.

This sounds great, but what does it cost?

Nada.  Free.  Just bring yourself and some creativity.  Lunch provided.

Register HERE - space is limited, be sure to register soon!

AICP Credits are available - Event #9106889

Check out our EVENT FLYER and Participant List here.

Workshop Presentations:  Simply click on the name of each team member for their presentation or video.

Keith Barrett, Aransas County Navigation District

Leah Bray, Anchor QEA

Todd Merendino, Ducks Unlimited

Rae Mooney, Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program

Amy Nunez, Texas General Land Office

Jane Sarosdy, Sarosdy Consulting, Inc.

Kate Saul, Texas General Land Office

Julie Sullivan, The Nature Conservancy

Thank you to our sponsors: