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Join the Florida Museum and University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute for a virtual deep dive into Florida’s springs!
Grab your popcorn and candy because from Nov. 5 to Nov. 9, the film “Lost Springs” will be posted here and the Museum’s YouTube channel! View the film, then take part in a panel discussion with experts in the field on Nov. 9, 7-8:30 p.m., and learn more about the importance, health and conservation of our state’s water.
This is a FREE event, but pre-registration is required.
Film: “Lost Springs”- Available to watch until Nov. 9!
Discussion: Nov. 9, 7-8:30 p.m.
- Jenny Carr, President of Florida Defenders of the Environment
- Matthew Cohen, Professor of forest water resources and watershed systems at UF’s School of Forest Resources and Conservation
- Allen Martin, Regional Fisheries Administrator with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
- Margaret Ross Tolbert, Artist and co-director of “Lost Springs”
- Heather Obara, community outreach coordinator for Alachua Conservation Trust
Help develop a future exhibit!
In recognition of the critical role of springs and other water resources to the biodiversity and economy of Florida, the Florida Museum is developing a new permanent exhibit focusing on the Story of Florida Water. Read more about this exciting project and learn how you can support it.Learn More!
Florida Springs Film Series Schedule
There will be two more Florida Museum Springs film screenings in 2021, stay tuned for more details!
The views and opinions expressed during the Florida Springs Film Series are those of the film directors, presenters and moderators, and do not necessarily reflect the position or view of the Museum.
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