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Sarasota County Project Manager Curtis Smith speaks at a past Beach University seminar.
Siesta Key Tuesday, Mar. 4, 2014 3 years ago

Beach University series returns

by: Harriet Sokmensuer Community Editor

Sarasota County Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Siesta Key Beach Ambassadors, invites members of the community to learn about their beaches and enviroment at Beach University. 

Beach University is a free, four-week series of seminars that takes place from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday in March at Siesta Beach pavilion.

Each week, wildlife experts and educators will discuss important enviromental topics. Presenters will answer questions after their lecture. 

"Sarasota County loves the beaches and the coastline," says County Recreation Specialist Jonathan Poyner. "Anybody who lives here should learn about the valuable resources that we have, how to take care of the them and how they work."

Presentation topics are “Shorebird Nesting and Environmental Protection,” Mote Marine Research and Sea Turtles,” “How Everyday Activities Affect Water Quality” and “Sarasota County Parks Capital Projects Update.”

For more information, call 861-5000 and ask for Beach University.

To contact Harriet Sokmensuer, please email [email protected].


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