Friday, February 25, 2011

You're invited to attend the Jellyfish Symposium!

Have you been reading our blog and wondering how you can learn more about issues that COA works on? 
Great news!  COA has partnered with some fantastic groups to bring you the Jellyfish Symposium.  Here you will have the opportunity to learn about Jellyfish, better understand the problems associated with them and find out what you can do to make a difference!
Join us for an evening of of learning, collaboration and community!
Space is limited, so please remember to RSVP!
See you there!
Presentations Include:
  • “The Study of the ‘Settling’ of Jellies and Where They Live” by Monica Buesser and Paul Bologna; Montclair State University
  • “The global nature of the jellyfish problem and some of the possible reasons why the stinging sea nettle has become invasive in the Barnegat Bay” by Jim Vasslides; Barnegat Bay Partnership
  • “What to do if you are stung by a sea nettle, and the Sea Nettle Warning System Program with the Barnegat Bay Partnership.”  by Matt Csik; Ocean County Health Department
  • “How Sailing Clubs are Impacted by Sea Nettles” by Nelson Sailing Center
  • Ways You Can Help
    • Barnegat Bay Buddy program
    • Introducing NJ’s Fertilizer Law

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