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Jeff Siwicke

Research Assistant

Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

HQ Phone:  (239) 472-2329

Email: j***@***.org

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Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation

3333 SANIBEL CAPTIVA RD

Sanibel, Florida,33957

United States

Company Description

SCCF (the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation) is dedicated to the conservation of coastal habitats and aquatic resources on Sanibel and Captiva and in the surrounding watershed through environmental education, land acquisition, landscaping for wildlife, m... more

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Jeff Siwicke
Research Assistant jsiwicke@sccf.org Jeff received a B.A. in Geography from the University of South Florida. Upon graduation, he lived on Andros Island, Bahamas for nearly two years where he worked as an environmental educator at Forfar Field Station. It was there that he developed his interest in the marine world and was trained as a SCUBA dive master. Jeff then moved to the Florida Keys where he began working on a charter fishing boat eventually earning a Coast Guard masters license. From the Keys Jeff moved to Seattle and then Ithaca, NY, where he continued operating boats and worked for a small craft brewery. Two winters out of Florida was all it took for him to find his way to Sanibel and SCCF. At the Marine Lab, Jeff's boating and diving skills are put to good use. Since late 2005, he has been studying the effects of large freshwater releases from Lake Okeechobee by monitoring seagrass growth rates and the usable light they receive. Jeff has also been involved with the installation and servicing of the RECON sensors.


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

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Jeff Siwicke, Research Assistant
Jeff Siwicke Research Assistant jsiwicke@sccf.org Jeff received a B.A. in Geography from the University of South Florida. Upon graduation, he lived on Andros Island, Bahamas for nearly two years where he worked as an environmental educator at Forfar Field Station. It was there that he developed his interest in the marine world and was trained as a SCUBA dive master. Jeff then moved to the Florida Keys where he began working on a charter fishing boat eventually earning a Coast Guard masters license. From the Keys, Jeff moved to Seattle and then Ithaca, NY, where he continued operating boats and worked for a small craft brewery. Two winters out of Florida was all it took for him to find his way to Sanibel and SCCF. At the Marine Lab, Jeff's boating and diving skills are put to good use. Since late 2005, he has been studying the effects of large freshwater releases from Lake Okeechobee by monitoring seagrass growth rates and the usable light they receive. Jeff has also been involved with the installation and servicing of the RECON sensors.


www.captivasanibel.com

"This event has brought in more money every year and more people," SCCF's Jeff Siwicke, creator of the Beer in the Bushes event, said.
"You are getting a full belly and unlimited samples from these eight local craft breweries," Siwicke said. "Last year we had six breweries," Siwicke said. The most exciting portion of the event this year is the entertainment - Kermit Ruffins & The BBQ Swingers, a New Orleans jazz legend, Siwicke said. Siwicke said the idea began brewing that maybe they should hold a spring fundraiser for the beer drinkers as an end of the season celebration.


Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation Staff members

sccf.org [cached]

Jeff Siwicke, Research Assistant
Jeff Siwicke Research Assistant jsiwicke@sccf.org Jeff received a B.A. in Geography from the University of South Florida. Upon graduation, he lived on Andros Island, Bahamas jeff siwicke for nearly two years where he worked as an environmental educator at Forfar Field Station. It was there that he developed his interest in the marine world and was trained as a SCUBA dive master. Jeff then moved to the Florida Keys where he began working on a charter fishing boat eventually earning a Coast Guard masters license. From the Keys Jeff moved to Seattle and then Ithaca, NY, where he continued operating boats and worked for a small craft brewery. Two winters out of Florida was all it took for him to find his way to Sanibel and SCCF. At the Marine Lab, Jeff's boating and diving skills are put to good use. Since late 2005, he has been studying the effects of large freshwater releases from Lake Okeechobee by monitoring seagrass growth rates and the usable light they receive. Jeff has also been involved with the installation and servicing of the RECON sensors.


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Jeff Siwicke Research Assistant jsiwicke@sccf.org


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