Pensacola & Perdido Bays
MEANINGFUL & COLLABORATIVE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT, FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL
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Calling all residents and visitors!
From ensuring our communities are storm ready, to knowing that our waters are swimmable and fishable for all, we need to hear your concerns, hopes, and vision for our community.
Don’t miss this opportunity to share your voice and shape our future, so together, we can get to work on improving our waters and our quality of life.
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$5,000 to $50,000 Awards
We are excited to announce the winners of our 2020-2021 Mini-Grant Program!
The program selected grant winners from a competitive pool of 27 proposals. The selected proposals will help restore and protect our waters, from improving community resilience to extreme events such as hurricanes, to supporting research efforts that will inform water quality improvements and wildlife conservation.
2020 Great Estuary Scavenger Hunt
POSTPONED DUE TO
Stay tuned for the new date of the Great Estuaries Scavenger Hunt.
Free registration is open for this fun and educational, family activity that you can complete independently.
Select a location within our watersheds, search for species on the check list, and submit photos for a chance to win prizes.
To restore and protect the water quality and natural resources of the Pensacola & Perdido Bays and watersheds through partnerships, using a community-based, scientifically-sound approach to enhance resilience.
The Pensacola and Perdido Bays Estuary Program (PPBEP) is a coalition of local, state and federal stakeholders from Escambia (FL), Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, and Baldwin counties and the cities of Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Milton, Orange Beach and the Town of Century.
It is a non-regulatory, place-based program designed to address watershed issues at the local level. By bringing together a diverse array of stakeholders, the PPBEP ensures meaningful and collaborative watershed management, to the benefit of all.
PPBEP is currently drafting a Comprehensive Conservation & Management Plan (CCMP)- a guiding document that will lay out the actions and necessary steps to reach the above goals.
CCMP development is a collaborative process-one that involves stakeholders at every level, including you! Stay involved by signing up for regular updates using the form below.