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The Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance (CBA) of Northwest Florida State College works with the University of Florida's Florida LAKEWATCH program to conduct monthly water quality monitoring of more than 130 stations in throughout […]
CBA's Grasses in Classes is a hands-on, environmental education program that gives students a direct role in the restoration of Choctawhatchee Bay. In partnership with AmeriCorps and with partial funding […]
A living shoreline is a shoreline management option that uses living plants, recycled oyster shells, fossilized oyster shell, sand fill, or a combination of natural structures with riprap or offshore […]
Our education programs provide first-hand experiences to students.
Inspiring citizen scientists and stewardship through volunteer opportunities and sustainability.
From reefs to invasive removal to plantings, CBA restores shorelines.
CBA staff and volunteers gather information about our waterways.