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I usually post in the Northwest section but wanted to pass this along:

They are doing some great work there if you haven't taken the tour here's a chance

The Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory
2015 Open House
Restoring Resiliency, Protecting Our Oceans & Coasts
April 25th, 2015 - 10am to 3 pm
Learn - See - Explore

Did you know that the sawfish is the only native marine fish on the U.S. endangered species list? Do you know the best way to clean up an oil spill? Have you ever raced a snail, climbed through a turtle excluder device, or seen how a blue crab molts? You will see and learn about these things at the FSUCML Open House.
You can also:
Tour the R/V Apalachee, our 65-ft research vessel
Check out the Shark Jaw Display
Discover everything you want to know about Deep Sea Corals
Chat with scientists about grouper habitat and conservation
Hunt for hints about protecting our oceans and coastline in the Scavenger Hunt
Try picking up goodies with a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV)
Gather your friends, family, neighbors, colleagues, and associates, and take a beautiful drive down to the coast for a day of fun! There will be great food by the Panacea Coastal available for purchase, including grouper, shrimp, mullet, corn dogs, and chicken fingers. From tiny tots to the most mature adults and those of us who never quite grew up -- there will be something to educate, fascinate and entertain everyone! Can't wait to see you again!

To learn more, Click here!

FSUCML Website
Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory
3618 Coastal Highway 98, St. Teresa, FL 32358
[email protected] (850) 697-4120 www.marinelab.fsu.edu
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