Freshwater Hydrologist, Brad Maurer, will share information on what makes a stream 'healthy' and why so many of our urban streams need our help to function naturally. Presentation is free with Museum admission.
The Conservancy will work on one of the three projects addressing high-priority conservation needs on the Mississippi coast, thanks to funding from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
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Nearly 80 acres of wetlands are being restored to longleaf and slash pine habitat, and mitigation credits are available for the project.
See the most recent efforts to help preserve and protect the Pascagoula River.
View a stunning slideshow of images from the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
See the stream restoration process from beginning to end.
Learn more about the plants and animals that depend on fire.
Watch this animated video and learn how floodplains and rivers function, how they've been altered and what can be done to reduce flood risk in developed floodplains.
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Did you know less than 4% of the original longleaf pine forest exists today? Watch this video and learn more.