- Own a charter boat? ✅
- Want to get hired to assist with cool projects? ✅
Then Okaloosa County has an opportunity for you. 👇
The Okaloosa County Tourist Development Department is responsible for monitoring public and private artificial reefs, invasive species detection and control, water quality monitoring, fish aggregating device maintenance and other activities relating to coastal resource management.
Basically, they do things like:
- Deploy new reefs and go check them out.
- Hunt-down lionfish.
- Help with dive clean-ups.
- Head out 60-80 miles to the new FADs
- And more.
I’ve covered just about everything that Coastal Resource Manager Alex Fogg has going on within the TDD, and now here is your chance to be part of some of these projects.
The County is soliciting charter boat services to assist with activities like the ones outlined above. These services will be utilized on an as-needed basis and will be coordinated by the Coastal Resource Manager, according the County.
- This is for a 1-year contract.
- Captains can set their hourly rate.
Interested in being part of some of these projects? Click here for the application.