Community Engagement Coordinator Caleta Scott brings on Lisa Krimsky and Vincent Encomio from University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences for episode 10. We discuss Martin County’s Water Ambassador Program, how human activities influence water quality, the benefits of living shorelines and the state of wild oyster habitats in the IRL.

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Southern IRL Community Engagement Coordinator, Caleta Scott
Caleta Scott

Community Engagement Coordinator, IRL National Estuary Program

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Lisa Krimsky

University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences

Vincent Encomio, University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences
Vincent Encomio

University of Florida Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences

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