Clam Workshop 2022

THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 29, 2022! Registration is now open for the new workshop date. People who registered for the original Sept. 2021 date are already registered for the new date (see below if you cannot attend).

This 1-day workshop will provide a forum for discussing clam restoration and research in the Indian River Lagoon, FL. Scientists, natural resource managers, and others will discuss current knowledge and develop a list of management and research needs to promote clam restoration activities. The conclusions of the workshop will be synthesized into a white paper. There is no charge for the workshop, but space is limited and registration is required.

Some confirmed speakers include:  

  • Dennis Hanisak, HBOI
  • Chuck Jacoby, SJRWMD
  • Bill Arnold, FWC
  • Linda Walters, UCF

APRIL 29, 2022

Florida Oceanographic Society
890 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996

Registration will run through April 22, 2022

Key Dates
completedInvited Participants register for a guaranteed spot (code will be provided)
now through Apr. 22, 2022Open Registration (FREE but see directions below)
Apr. 15, 2022If you registered but cannot attend, please cancel by this date so that someone else can take the spot.
Apr. 29, 2022Workshop at Florida Oceanographic Society in Stuart, FL
Registration

To request a FREE registration code, email pastpresident@seers.org and describe your interest in this workshop.

SEERS is managing the registration for this event. Event communications will come from seers@wildapricot.org, pastpresident@seers.org, or event organizer Dr. LoraĆ© T. Simpson, Director of Scientific Research and Conservation for the Florida Oceanographic Society. Participants will be registered as a contact in SEERS’ database until the workshop has concluded. Shortly after the workshop, we will delete all workshop contacts that were not previously in our database.

Cancellation

We understand that schedules are constantly shifting during this time. If you are unable to attend the workshop, kindly cancel your registration by April 15, 2022, by logging in to your registrations page, selecting this workshop, and clicking Cancel Registration. Previous registrants for the Sept. 2021 date will receive an email soon about the rescheduled workshop, but you are automatically registered for April 29 unless you choose to cancel.

Food

A light continental breakfast (pasties, fruit, granola bars, coffee, tea, and orange juice) will be provided in the morning.

Lunch boxes will be provided. A selection of turkey, ham, and roast beef sandwiches will be available, as well as a vegetarian option.

Driving Directions

TO: Florida Oceanographic Society, 890 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996

From I-95 N, take exit 101 onto FL-76 E. Continue onto S Colorado Ave. Turn right onto A1A N/SE Ocean Blvd. Destination will be on the left.  

From I-95 S, take exit 131 onto FL-68 E/Orange Ave. Turn left onto N US Hwy 1. Turn left onto Seaway Drive. At first traffic circle, continue straight to stay onto Seaway Drive. At second traffic circle, take first exit onto Florida A1A S/S Ocean Dr. Destination will be on the right.

Upon arrival, park in the parking lot across the street from FOS (Stuart Beach parking lot). The workshop is being held in the Ocean EcoCenter. Please follow the signs and enter at the pedestrian gate at the southern end of the property.

Accommodations

Due to the short nature of this workshop, we have not arranged for hotel blocks. However, if you are looking for overnight accommodations within walking distance to FOS, please consider the Marriot Hutchinson Island Beach Resort. Additionally, Hutchinson Shores Resort is just a short drive from the venue (2.9 miles).

COVID-19

The health and safety of Florida Oceanographic Society (FOS) staff, volunteers and guests is very important to us. Guests to the FOS Ocean EcoCenter who are not fully vaccinated are asked to continue wearing facial coverings in any situation where physical distancing cannot be maintained. FOS has made adjustments to their procedures to follow CDC, state and local guidelines; however, by visiting the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, you are voluntarily assuming any and all risks related to COVID-19.

Sponsored By

This workshop is funded by a Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF) Regional Workshop Grant.