The St. Andrew Bay Resource Management Association (RMA) is a private, nonprofit citizens' group whose members are committed to the proper management of St.AndrewBay and adjoining bays, lakes, tributaries and wetlands. RMA recognizes that the St.AndrewBay system is BayCounty's most valuable natural resource, and that the bay plays a key role in the local economy.
The major objective of RMA is to ensure that future growth is properly managed to maintain the quality and productivity of the local estuarine system.
RMA Current Events 2013 Citizen Scientist Lecture Series
Dates: the last Tuesday of each month Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: Gulf Coast State College, Panama City Campus Gibson Lecture Hall (upstairs in the Student Union East Building)
All talks are free and open to the public. They are intended for a general audience so they are perfect for all ages!
Schedule: 1. January 29 - community gardening 2. February 26 - backyard birding by Ron Houser 3. March 26 - native landscapes in your yard by Linda Macbeth 4. April 30 - bee keeping by Johnnie Beshearse 5. May 28 - reducing barotrauma when deep sea fishing by Steve Theberge 6. June 25 - water quality results for St. Andrew Bay (why do we care?) 7. July 30 - sustainable building design (can you really live off the grid?) by Bill Wallace
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St. Andrew Bay RMA - PO Box 15028 - Panama City, FL 32406 - (850) 763-4303