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The GTM Research Reserve hosts a “State of the Reserve” symposium annually. The symposium provides an opportunity to reserve staff, reserve volunteers, visiting investigators, and partners to share their progress and results of their research within the GTM Research Reserve boundaries. Each year a theme guides the project presentations. Projects can be shared through oral presentations as well as poster presentations. While the research presentations are scientific and technical, the “State of the Reserve” symposium has a family oriented component where visitors can learn about the various citizen science projects within the GTM Research Reserve boundaries as well workshops to share habitats of environmental stewards. This year’s theme, “Working Waters”, will highlight projects within the reserve that showcase not only the services that the waters provide including filtration, buffering, habitats, migratory routes, and nursery, but also how we can work with the waters through living shorelines, water quality, restoration, low-impact development, and more! Check back for registration information, the agenda, and additional workshops. For additional information, please contact Kaitlyn Dietz, kaitlyn.dietz@dep.state.fl.us or 904-823-4500.