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Creeks to Coast Final Day 2016


Creeks to Coast: Final Day

July 22, 2016

Coasts to Creeks 2016 has come to a close! This past week, our educators in the Creeks to Coast workshop, presented by Georgia Power Foundation and Georgia-Pacific, have journeyed from the headwaters of the Chattahoochee River all the way to the Providence Canyon and lower Chattahoochee to study the various uses of the river system and how humans impact the river's journey. 

We have enjoyed sharing the educators’ daily reflections and hope you have too! The entries below detail the final day of their journey:

Group at Georgia-Pacific in Cedar Springs

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Creeks to Coast: Days 6 and 7

Creeks to Coast: Days 6 and 7

July 21, 2016

From trailing along the paths of Providence Canyon State Park to water touring the Apalachicola Bay, Days 6 and 7 of the Creeks to Coast workshop is full of adventure! Read more for inspiring daily reflections and experiences from Days 6 and 7:

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Coral Restoration Q and A with our Research Team

Coral Restoration Q&A: Dive In with the Experts

July 19, 2016
Written by: Hannah Rushing, Digital Production Coordinator   

At Georgia Aquarium, we know that coral reefs are crucial to the health of our world ocean, and we are proud to be a part of several ongoing projects to protect these colorful ecosystems. In honor of Coral Reef Awareness Week, we’re diving in to take a closer look at our latest coral research trip to the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Among those who attended the trip were Kimberly Stone, curator of fish and invertebrates at Georgia Aquarium; Jeff Reid, senior director of dive safety operations at Georgia Aquarium; and Jessica Levy, reef restoration program manager at the Coral Restoration Foundation (CRF). We spoke to these three researchers to learn more about the personal experience of working with these incredibly important corals year after year. 


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