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National Estuarine Research Reserves - Apalachicola

Education at ANERR

ANERR education programs are primarily focused on K-12 students and teachers in Franklin County and are designed to support the long tradition of stewardship of Apalachicola Bay.

The rural nature of Franklin County provides a unique opportunity in that each year, every student in pre-K, first, third, fifth and seventh grades participates in standards-aligned ANERR education programs that focus on the ecology of Apalachicola Bay and its value to the community. 

Recreation at ANERR

The environment within the ANERR boundaries and on ANERR-managed land provides a wide variety of outdoor resource based recreational opportunities. Although ANERR does not coordinate recreation, it is an important activity within ANERR. These include fishing (salt- and freshwater), hunting, hiking, camping, nature study, birding, canoeing, kayaking, boating, shelling, beach activities, swimming and nature photography.

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