This Wednesday some students who participated in the Environmental and Land Use Law Program’s Conservation Clinic this summer in Costa Rica, will present their research projects.   

The Program works with the University of Costa Rica and environmental law institutions in Costa Rica and throughout Latin America to bring together attorneys, scientists and students from the region. 



October 24 Wednesday (Newins Ziegler 135)



12:00 pm 

Nutrient Management in the Tempisque River Basin, Costa Rica: Synthesis and Recommendations

Pomerance, Caitlin (Law) and Reijo, Courtney (Forest Resources and Conservation)



12:30 - 1pm                                                          

Restoration of the Wetlands in Palo Verde National Park: A Legal and Ecological Analysis

Laing, Joelle (School of Natural Resources and Environment) and Rogers, Zachary (Law)


If you are not on campus, the link to join the webinar (you can talk and ask questions live) is




Kathleen  McKee, M.S.


Research Coordinator

UF Water Institute

570 Weil Hall

PO Box 116601

Gainesville, FL 32611-6601

(352) 392-5893 x2114