Upcoming Sustainability Events

Conserving and Restoring Biodiversity in Urban and Rural Environments
Join Dr. Mark Hostetler, Associate Professor, Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, University of Florida
on January 13th at the Brooker Creek Preserve for this 4-hour workshop. You will learn about tools, methodologies and strategies to conserve and restore urban environments and promote biodiversity and water conservation; how to evaluate the positive or negative impacts of a proposed policy or development design on biodiversity and water conservation; and how to retrofit older neighborhoods.

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Florida Seafood Safety and Sustainability
2011 Brown Bag Lunch Webinar Series

This series will provide educators, resource managers, and seafood lovers a brief overview of the selected sea food. Including management, economic values, harvest methods & gear, food safety measures, nutrition and purchasing tips associated with selected products.

The webinars will be held the third Wednesday of each month from 12:15 to 12:45pm.
Upcoming Sustainability Events

January 19 Why Local Seafood?
February 16 Grouper
March 16 Shrimp
May 18 Snapper
July 20 SpinyLobster
September21 Stone Crab
November 16 Oysters

To register contact Bryan Fluech at fluech@ufl.edu.

Making Sustainability a Corporate Norm in 2011

On January 26th head for 140 4th St. N. in downtown St. Petersburg for a complimentary workshop that will expand your sustainability knowledge-base. Start building your “green map” to sustainability with the many cost-effective, practical ideas you learn in this seminar.

The Presenters:

Dr. Charles Kibert Arlene Stewart Bert Henderson Robert Mitchell Bill Krimmel

Register Here!


Posted: January 7, 2011

Category: Conservation, Natural Resources

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