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The Great Egret

Welcome!


The Northwest Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals (NWFAEP) welcomes you to our website.

The NWFAEP is a non-profit organization of professionals serving the Florida counties of Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Bay, Washington, and Holmes Counties.

Our purpose is to promote the goal of enhancing, maintaining, and protecting the quality of the natural and human environment.

We invite you to review our membership criteria and contact us with any questions you might have about our organization.


Recent Posts

  • Member Event a Success!! (10/6/2021) - What a great day on Big Juniper Creek recently as members turned out for a Friday afternoon paddle event! Great networking and environmental education in one of the most beautiful places on earth!  Continue Reading

Events

Nov
05

FAEP Networking Social – November 5th!

Please join the NW Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals for a networking social at Perfect Plain Brewing Company's Garden and Grain (the outdoor cocktail area), Friday, November 5, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. Drink tickets and hor d'oeuvres will be provided! Hope to see you there. 
Sep
24

Paddle Trip on Juniper Creek!

The Northwest Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals is hosting a paddling trip on Big Juniper Creek in Santa Rosa County. This is a bring your own boat (paddlecraft) event and the trip is limited to the first 20 registrants. Transportation for people and paddlecrafts (kayak, canoe, tubes) will be provided from the Indian Ford end point back to the launch site.  Please bring a snack and sunscreen (water to be provided) and...
Jul
23

Lunch N Learn Northwest Florida Watershed Management

Please join the Northwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals as we welcome Jeanette Kelson, Senior Engineer with Wood PLC and Matt Posner, RESTORE Manager, Escambia County as they give an update on the Carpenter Creek and Bayou Texar Watershed Management Plan.  There is no cost to attend the webinar but please REGISTER HERE!
May
21

Lunch and Learn – Invasive Species

Please join the Northwest Florida Chapter of the Florida Association of Environmental Professionals as we welcome Rick O'Connor, Florida Sea Grant Agent, Escambia County, Florida for a presentation on the topic "Can We Eradicate Beach Vitex (Vitex rotundifolia) from the Florida Panhandle?, and other Local Invasive Species Issues". There is no cost to attend the webinar but please REGISTER HERE!