Jennifer Saranzak is an environmental specialist who works at the Cedar Key office of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. She works in the Division of Marine Fisheries Management to provide outreach and education to the general public.
The mission of her program is to interact with current and future anglers of Florida and to disseminate information about proper catch and release techniques, habitat conservation and its impact on fisheries, research and artificial reefs.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire with a bachelor`s degree in biology with a minor in marine science. She taught environmental education at Aullwood Audubon Center, Pigeon Key Foundation and McDowell Environmental Center prior to coming to Cedar Key with the FWC.
You may see Jennifer around the area, as she provides information at Cedar Key festivals and community events, interacts with anglers at area boat ramps, works with schools and gives presentations for local organizations and fishing groups.
As always, this presentation at the Cedar Key Public Library is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be available. Be there today at 5 p.m.