Training: Overview

The Grand Bay Coastal Training Program (CTP) works to bridge the gap between best available science and the knowledge of individuals responsible for making decisions affecting our marine and coastal resources. This is done through online trainings, in person and hands on workshops. These trainings cover an array of topics for examples, Grand Bay generated research, community resilience, technical skills such as wetlands delineation, and how to plan and meeting facilitation. Workshops are designed to encourage professional sharing, networking, and collaboration.

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  • Sightings April 2019 – August 2019
    October 30, 2019

    April 2019 4/3- Large white tailed deer (2); Male painted bunting 4/12- Blue-gray gnat catcher 4/16- Glass lizard 4/19- Yellow colicroot 4/24- Rose orchid/pogonia; wild onion/garlic May 2019 5/1- Large bald eagle 5/7- Red-headed woodpecker 5/8- Gulf Coast box turtles (4) 5/16- Large white tailed deer 5/20- Baby box turtle […]

  • We’re looking for volunteers for fall 2019!
    August 23, 2019

    It’s already gearing up to be a busy fall at the Grand Bay NERR. Earlier this summer we celebrated our 20th year as a Reserve with an open house for guests. To continue the celebration, our¬†National Estuaries Day¬†event will have even more fun for the family! In addition to our […]

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