The DEP Linkups are free and held bi-monthly. These events are meaningful platforms for "connectivity." They encourage information sharing networks among stakeholders, regulated communities, local businesses and government agencies. Our meetings enhance the department's mission to protect Florida's natural resources together. By providing this regular program, attendees have the opportunity to learn, update and share information with a guest speaker who provides channels of participatory discussion with our regulated and non-regulated community. Click to subscribe to receive future DEP Linkups Workshop notifications. For the opportunity to participate as a speaker, please contact Martha.Avila@FloridaDEP.gov or Jacob.Newberry@FloridaDEP.gov
Planning, Permitting, and Pioneering Plastic-Free Materials for Living Shorelines in Cedar Key and Beyond To access this presentation, please contact Savanna Barry, Ph.D. Regional Specialized Agent - Coastal Ecosystems UF/IFAS Extension
Franklin-98: Protecting Community, Conserving the Coast To access this presentation, please contact Josh Adams, Environmental Planning Manager, Apalachee Regional Planning Council
McCoys Creek Restoration Project - Broward Pond To access this presentation, please contact Nikita Reed, P.E., Public Works Project Manager, City of Jacksonville
Shoreline Resiliency in the City of Sarasota: Considerations When Replacing Seawalls with Living Shorelines To access this presentation, please contact Jeff Vredenburg, Sustainability Coordinator, City of Sarasota
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.