Over 350 people from Florida to Alaska have participated in Rookery Bay Reserve’s new virtual Science Solutions series, which shares good news and facilitates skill-building based on Reserve research each month.
Florida’s Rookery Bay Reserve brought education programming online to connect students and community members staying safe at home during the COVID-19 pandemic to the estuary.
From hands-on classes to murals and exhibitions, local artists, including students, are helping Florida’s Rookery Bay Reserve connect the local community with the water, wetlands, and wildlife the Reserve protects.
Rookery Bay Reserve manager and incoming NERRA president Keith Laakkonen talks about his youth on the coast, his near-death experience, and being a Florida native — but not a ‘Florida man.’
A feature-length documentary telling the story of Florida’s Rookery Bay debuts just in time for the Reserve’s 40th anniversary.