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Quarterly Resilience Forum

Florida Coastal Resilience Forum

Coordination is one of the most critical pieces of the Florida Resilient Coastlines Program. Among other activities, FRCP hosts a quarterly webinar forum that allows attendees from all over the state to hear what their counterparts are working on. Participants provide project updates, introduce new resources and, most importantly, attendees can engage with each other asking for advice and recommendations. Folks from city, county, state and federal government entities routinely attend along with universities, nongovernmental organizational and consultants.

Get Included and Attend – Quarterly Forums

  • A “Save the Date” email is sent out one month before each scheduled webinar with a specific registration link for that webinar, and conference call number to dial into.
  • You must register to access the forum webinars. A registration link for the upcoming webinar will be posted on this site one month before the webinar date.
  • If you haven’t received the registration link two weeks before the scheduled webinar, please contact Faith Clarke, FRCP Program Assistant.

Make Suggestions and Present

Future Webinar Dates

  • Jan. 8, 2020 Registration
  • February 12, 2020 Registration
  • May 13, 2020 Registration
  • August 12,2020 Registration
  • November 18, 2020 Registration

Prior Webinars with Notes & Links

Resilient Coastlines Graphic

Florida
Resource
1
Watershed
2
Water Supply
3
Underground Tanks
4
Aquatic Vegetation
5
Shoreline
6
Marinas
Issues/Threats Saltwater Intrusion; Stormwater Runoff Reduced Water 
Quantity
Inundation & Leaking Scarring & Health Loss of Habitat and/or Infrastructure from Erosion Reduced Water Quality from Runoff, Inundation/Leaking Tanks
Benefits of Resilience Maintain or Improve Water Quality Community & Natural Area Water Needs Pollution Prevention Protection of Fisheries; Wave Attenuation Maintain Habitat & Infrastructure; Use of Habitat for Flood Mitigation; Wave/Wind Attenuation

Faster Rebound from Flooding/Storms

Florida
Resource
7
Cultural
8
Coastal Infrastructure
9
Beaches
10
Coral Reefs
11
Fisheries
12
Ocean Energy Resources
Issues/Threats Intrinsic Value Tidal Flooding, Storm Surge Erosion Disease, Bleaching, Damage Habitat Loss Impacts to Natural Resources
Benefits of Resilience Protection of Tourism Assets & Heritage Protection of Infrastructure & Tourism Assets Protection of Tourism Assets & Habitats; Wave Attenuation Protection of Tourism Assets & Habitats; Wave Attenuation Protection of Economically Important Species Protection of Tourism Assets & Habitats

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