South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force Meeting [Update]

The read-ahead for the next meeting of the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force is now available at EvergladesRestoration.gov

As a reminder, our meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 3:15 PM in the Yates Auditorium at the U.S. Department of Interior, 1849 C Street, NW, Washington, DC 20240.

If you are attending in person:

Please use the C Street entrance and allow ample time to get through security. The Yates Auditorium is located immediately on your right by the C Street entrance. Upon entering the auditorium, visitor badges will be provided. Federal identification badges and/or visitor badges must be worn at all times. Food and drink are prohibited in the auditorium.

Closest Metrorail Stations:

  • Farragut West (orange/blue line)
  • Farragut North (red line)

Lunch Options:

  • Bison Bistro Cafeteria, located on the basement level of the Interior building
  • Food Trucks, located on Virginia Ave
  • Which Wich Sandwiches, 18th & E Street, NW
  • California Tortilla, 18th & E Street, NW
  • Subway, 19th & E Street, NW
  • Starbucks, 19th & E Street, NW

If you are unable to attend in person:

You may view the meeting live by clicking on the link below. Please note this link will not be active until immediately prior to the meeting.

https://www.doi.gov/live

Biscayne Bay Regional Restoration Coordination Team (BBRRCT) Meeting

As a reminder, the Biscayne Bay Regional Restoration Coordination Team (BBRRCT) meeting will be held on July 18, 2018; 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM  at NOAA FISHERIES, 75 Virginia Beach Dr. Miami FL 33149.

Click here for the draft agenda and read-ahead information.

Join the meeting by phone
Conference line 1- 302-202-1108; Participant Passcode 803454

Joint the meeting by WebEx

The BBRRCT was formed to develop and implement an Action Plan, the product of a multi-stakeholder initiative to protect and restore Biscayne Bay. The intent of the Action Plan is to integrate and coordinate restoration, enhancement, preservation projects, plans, and activities to help maintain a functioning Biscayne Bay ecosystem.  The team provides science-based advice to the South Florida Restoration Task Force Working Group concerning construction, operation, and monitoring projects of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) that relate to Biscayne Bay’s freshwater supply.  Maintaining adequate volume and appropriate timing and distribution of freshwater flow to Biscayne Bay is of paramount importance to the BBRRCT with respect to CERP’s ongoing redesign of south Florida’s water management system.