Virtual Evenings at the Homestead Scheduled
We are pleased to announce this year’s Evenings at the Homestead speaker series. Though we won’t be able to see you in person, we’re looking forward to meeting with you virtually. All events are free of charge.
-Tuesday, Nov. 17, 7pm: Florida’s Living Dinosaurs: Monitoring Florida’s Endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles, presented by Kelly Martin and Chris Johnson, Florida Leatherbacks, Inc. (photo by Florida Leatherbacks, Inc.) Click here for more information.
-Thursday, Dec. 17, 7pm: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?: The Plight of the Endangered Smalltooth Sawfish and What is Being Done to Promote Recovery in the U.S., presented by Gregg Poulakis, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
-Wednesday, Jan. 20, 7pm: Sand Dunes: A Global & Local Perspective, presented by Patrick Hesp, Flinders University, Australia
-Mar. 9, 7pm: Florida Needs Fire!, presented by Reed Noss, Florida Institute for Conservation Science