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Virtual Event: The Age of Nature Screening & Discussion | The Future of the Apalachicola

Join WFSU Public Media, The Nature Conservancy in FloridaApalachicola Riverkeeper, and Florida Native Plant Society as we preview PBS’s series Age of Nature and discuss the show’s themes as they pertain to the North Florida region.

We will Explore

  • What have our past mistakes taught us about nature?
  • How is our understanding of nature changing the way we live?
  • How are intact forests, rivers, and wetlands throughout our region important in our daily lives?
  • As the challenges we face mount, where are we heading next?


Register to participate live on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. ET

https://fsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcuc-qrqzkvGNZBaTVGeptFeV_UbW13Jbh-

Meet our Panel

Temperince Morgan Executive Director, The Nature Conservancy in Florida

Brian Pelc Restoration Project Manager, The Nature Conservancy in Florida

Georgia Ackerman Apalachicola Riverkeeper and Executive Director

Doug Alderson Outreach and Advocacy Director, Apalachicola Riverkeeper

Lilly Anderson-Messec Torreya Keepers Project Director, Florida Native Plant Society Magnolia Chapter President

Susan Cerulean Author, I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird, a Daughter’s Memoir

Rob Diaz de Villegas WFSU Ecology Blog Producer

 

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Date

Oct 20 2020

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7:00 pm

Cost

FREE

Location

Online

Organizer

WFSU Public Media
Website
https://wfsu.org
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