Due to tomorrow's weather forecast for rain, the beach walk has been cancelled.
Bring your camera and your hiking boots because it's National Trails Day tomorrow at the GTM Research Reserve! As a part of Great Outdoors Month, National Trails Day is the largest celebration of our nation's local trails. We will be holding our monthly guided hike, where you can learn about the history and biodiversity of [...]
May Butterfly Monitoring Event! The GTM Research Reserve has updated the Butterfly Monitoring Blog: http://gtmbutterflies.blogspot.com/ Interested in participating in our May Monitoring event? Sign up to attend on Monday, May 23, 2016 at 9:30 a.m., weather permitting, at the Reserve's Environmental Education Center. For more information and to RSVP, contact Shannon Rininger at Shannon.Rininger@dep.state.fl.us or [...]
Last week GTM staff and volunteers, high school students, and Citibank staff began work on a new, paved nature trail. The permeable pavers are made-up of 95 percent recycled tires and 5 percent recycled plastic. This project is part of the $613,000 “green” construction grant awarded by the [...]
Are Snails Harming Our Marshes? Large areas of salt marsh die-back, a well-known phenomenon in Georgia, are now being observed here in GTM Research Reserve – Leading marsh ecologists are trying to figure out why!
Check Out Estuary Week Summer Camps! Our Summer camps are filling up fast! There are still some openings in our "Estuary Week” camps, which focus on anything from the animals that live in an estuary to the chemistry behind it! Click the link below to read more about the different camps and invest [...]