Oiled wildlife response course - Key West

For our readers in the Lower Keys anticipating full landfall of the BP oil plume, Florida Keys Community College is continuing with their leadership in preparing concerned citizens for the inevitable impact on the ecosystem.

From today's oil spill update page of the Key West Citizen newspaper:

Oiled wildlife response course

When: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

Where: Florida Keys Community College, College Road, Stock Island

Cost: $100 per person

Prerequisite: Four-hour Marine Oil Spill Cleanup course

Information/Registration: Cathy Torres at 305-809-3250

If you haven't already taken the Marine Oil Spill Cleanup pre-req, Cathy can give you information on that as well.


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I think BP should be paying people to put these on in the community for FREE.