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Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection Programs

Oleta River State Park - A new growth of mangroves

Aquatic Preserve Program

DEP manages Florida's 41 aquatic preserves, encompassing about 2.2 million acres of submerged lands.
Yacht and boats at the marina in the evening

Clean Marina Program

Marina facilities voluntarily unite under the Florida Clean Marina Program to implement environmental Best Management Practices.
Yachts Marina in Miami Beach

Clean Vessel Act Grant Program

Provides funding assistance for the purchase, installation and maintenance of pumpout equipment marinas.
A orbicella faveolata coral species

Coral Reef Conservation Program

Coordinates research and monitoring, develops management strategies, and promotes partnerships to protect the coral reefs, hard-bottom communities,...
Honeymoon Island State Park - Blue Skies & White Sands on the beach

Florida Coastal Access Guide

A guide to public coastal access points along the entire Florida coast from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean
Image of a bridge within St. Andrews State Park

Florida Coastal Management Program

Coordinates local, state and federal agency activities using existing laws to protect coastal resources.
Fish swimming above an elk horn coral at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary protects 2,900 square nautical miles of waters surrounding the Florida Keys, from south of Miami westward to...
Water color of Palm Beach, aerial view of Florida

Florida Resilient Coastlines Program

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is committed to marshaling resources to prepare Florida’s coastal communities and habitats for the...
sunset over Apalachicola Bay

National Estuarine Research Reserves -...

The research reserve includes the lower 52 miles of the Apalachicola River and floodplain, as well as most of Apalachicola Bay.
An aerial view of a salt marsh at Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve

National Estuarine Research Reserves - Guana -...

The GTM Research Reserve protects 73,352 acres south of Jacksonville on the northeast coast of Florida.


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