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Coastal Citizen Resources

Living along Florida’s coast provides a multitude of spectacular sceneries, unique interactions with marine life, and a variety of relaxing recreational opportunities under the state’s warm and sunny climate. Because of the ever-changing nature of coastal environments, though, these same attributes can serve as potential hazards if residents and visitors are not responsible in their actions. By learning about the coastal environment in which they live, and staying informed about coastal issues and stewardship actions they can take, residents and visitors can help protect themselves, their loved ones and the environment while living along or visiting Florida’s coast.

 

Disaster Planning

·         Collier County Emergency Management

·         UF/IFAS Hurricane Preparedness Information

 

Coastal Management

·         Florida DEP Beaches and Coastal Systems Management

·         Collier County Coastal Zone Management

·         Collier County Coastal Advisory Committee

·         Mangrove Trimming Guidelines for Homeowners

  

Beach Safety

·         Rip Current Information

·         Stingray Wound Treatment

·         Jellyfish Awareness and Sting Treatment

·         Sun Safety

 

Marine Interactions

·         Collier County Sea Turtle Information

·         Sea Turtle Identification and Viewing Guidelines

·         Responsible Marine Life Viewing

·         Shark Attack Information

 

Coastal Resiliency

·         Climate Change and Sea Level Rise in Florida

·         Florida’s Resilient Coast

 

Coastal Educational and Recreational Opportunities

·         Florida Master Naturalist Program

·         Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

·         The Conservancy of Southwest Florida

·         Collier County Beaches and Boat Parks

·         Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge

·         Delnor Wiggins State Park

·         Collier Seminole State Park

·         Everglades National Park

 

 

 

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