Become a Team Member

The BBCC welcomes members who have interests, abilities and expertise – or a willingness to learn – about coastal/marine issues to assist in promoting coastal conservation. We welcome input and assistance from a wide array of areas:

  • USCG Licensed Captains
  • EcoTour & Fishing Businesses
  • Professional Educators
  • Oceanographic expertise
  • Water Quality expertise
  • Environmental Regulatory & Compliance expertise
  • Extensive Local Knowledge of Our Marine and Coastal Areas

And especially in:

  • Coastal Ecology
  • Biology/Botany
  • Meteorology
  • Geology
  • Seagrass Beds
  • Oyster Beds
  • Aquaculture
  • Marketing
  • Recruitment
  • Community Outreach and Education
  • Planning, Accounting and Fund Raising
  • Accounting
  • Legal Counsel

Anyone interested in supporting conservation efforts for our local waters!

Team Members, both corporate and private, in specific Geographic Regions of our Big Bend Coast are sought:

  • St. Joseph Bay, Gulf County
  • Cape San Blas, Gulf County
  • Indian Pass/St. Vincent Island, Gulf/Franklin County
  • Apalachicola Bay, St. George Island, Dog Island, Franklin County
  • Apalachicola River, Franklin County
  • Carrabelle River, Franklin County
  • Alligator Harbor/Alligator Point, Franklin County
  • Ochlockonee Bay/Ochlockonee River, Franklin/Wakulla County
  • St. Marks/Wakulla River, Wakulla County
  • Aucilla/Pinhook River, Jefferson County
  • Econfina River, Jefferson County
  • Fenholloway River, Taylor County
  • Steinhatchee River, Dixie County
  • Suwannee River, Dixie County

Local community stewardship initiatives are sought in all coastal areas and contributing river areas from Port St. Joe to the Suwannee River.