Learn about coastal dune lakes at Northwest Florida College South Walton Center

July 13, 2010

Classes will be held July 27, August 3, 10

Get up-close and personal with Walton County’s coastal dune lakes. Classes will offer classroom type instruction, guided tours, and on-site discussion about different topics focused on coastal dune lakes. Topics will include: What is a coastal dune lake?, coastal morphology, water quality of coastal dune lakes, human impacts to coastal dune lakes, exotic / invasive species, and preservation areas involving coastal dune lakes.

Field trips will include visits to some of the lakes with guided tours ranging from the dunes at the outfall of a lake to descriptive history of the area, to investigating human impacts on the lakes. There is a maximum of 20 students.
 July 27, August 3,10
 – Tuesdays 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
You can register at any Northwest Florida State College registration office.

Class title: Exploring and Enjoying Local Coastal Dune Lakes
Instructors: Julie Terrell & Brooke Saari
1st Class will meet at the South Walton Center in Room 119.
Registration Fee – $30.00 Reference class info: XRL 6017 – Reference # 72075
Walton NFSC offices:
DeFuniak Springs:
908 West Hwy. 90
Defuniak Springs, FL 32433
(850) 892-8100
(850) 729-5344

Santa Rosa Beach:
South Walton Center
109 Greenway Trail (Off Hwy. 331 South near County Annex offices)
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459
(850) 267-2888