This ProjectExamines scientific studies and oral histories of past, current, and future coastal change in Levy County, including the possible impacts of sea level rise, and engages citizens and decision makers in identifying adaptation strategies.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
The 43rd Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival was held this past weekend and the UF studio had the privilege of staffing an educational booth to present the project to the public. The festival provided a great opportunity to meet face … Continue reading
On Thursday, October 11, 2012, students from the Civic Engagement for Coastal Resiliency Studio had the great privilege of presenting to the Florida’s Nature Coast Conservancy (FNCC) in Cedar Key. They were able to discuss some of the impacts that … Continue reading
On September 27, 2012, the Coastal Engagement Studio participants presented to the Cedar Key Chamber of Commerce at the Cedar Key Library. Doug McDuffie and Stephanie Zarkis presented past and current coastal changes, the potential impacts of future sea level … Continue reading
This semester, students participating in Urban and Regional Planning “studio” class were assigned with developing individual presentations related to coastal change in Levy County. The information was presented in front of the studio class to sharpen public speaking skills. All … Continue reading