Translating Science For Communities: Words That Work, Apalachicola, 7/27/2011

Topic(s): Science Communication
Priority Issue(s): Community Resilience , Ecosystem Integration , Habitat Conservation , Nutrient Impacts , Water Quality
Host Partner(s): Apalachicola Reserve
Location:  Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve, 108 Island Drive, Eastpoint, FL 32328
Date/Time: calendar icon7/27/2011
Price: $15.00
Max Applicants: 50

“Translating Science For Communities: Words That Work” will be held from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM on Wednesday July 27, 2011 with registration beginning at 8:30 AM.

Registration for this event is $15 and includes lunch and workshop materials.  Last day to register is July 20th.  ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS AFTER JULY 20, 2011.

Please make checks or P.O.s payable to Weeks Bay Foundation and mail to Weeks Bay Foundation, c/o Amy Gohres, 11401 US Highway 98, Fairhope, AL 36532

The Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve and Gulf of Mexico Alliance would like to invite you to attend this communications workshop to understand environmental messaging and relearn the everyday language used by many.  The course is led by its developer, Eric Eckl, who has over 15 years of marketing experience.

  • Review and learn a four-step process for transforming scientific language and communicating it to a wider audience
  • Learn to identify your intended audience
  • Understand how to make sure materials are appropriate for intended audiences
  • Develop and improve messaging skills to set the record straight and ensure your message gets out accurately in potentially controversial situations

For additional information about these events, please contact Rosalyn Kilcollins at (850)670-7708 or

%d bloggers like this: