Publications, printed reports (other than scientific, technical or professional publications), videos, websites or other materials must include the NOAA logo and the following statement on the cover of the first page:
"This (report/video/website/publication) was funded in part, through a grant agreement from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Coastal Management Program, by a grant provided by the Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management under the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Award No. ___________. The views, statements, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Florida, NOAA or any of their subagencies."
The next printed line shall identify the month and year of the publication.
Please allow 30 days for FCMP and NOAA approval of publications and audiovisuals.
Sign Requirements for Construction Projects
A sign at least 2' x 3' in size must be erected at the site of any construction project before construction begins, and must remain at the site permanently. The sign must include the NOAA, DEP and FCMP logos and the following recommended language:
"The Florida Coastal Management Program funded this project with a grant from the NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, awarded under the Coastal Zone Management Act."
The next printed line shall identify the completion month and year of the project.
Acknowledgement Requirement for Interpretive Signs & Banners
Interpretive signs and banners may include only the NOAA and FCMP logos.
April 11, 2018 - 1:22pm
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