Programs

Lunch & Learn

Next Event: December 8, 2020 Southwest Florida Climate Messaging

While our on-site events are canceled until further notice, we are pleased to offer a new series of Virtual Lunch and Learns. Scroll down to see recordings of our previous webinars.

​Lunch & Learns are being held as Zoom Webinars from noon to 1 p.m. on the dates listed below. Time is allowed for questions or discussion.  Participants must register in advance, please follow the link for each program which will bring you to our events page for more information on the program and how to register.

Upcoming Webinars

Date Topic Presenter
December 8, 2020

Southwest Florida Climate Messaging

Laura Aguirre, Conservation Organizer, Audubon Florida

Past Webinars

October 15:  Finding Fluorescence with  Courtney Whitcher
Courtney covers her studies of biofluorescent frogs, the Finding Fluorescence resource and citizen science project she created.  Includes many photos of glowing organisms. Find out more about biofluorescence and how you can illuminate the unseen in your own backyard.

July 29: Conservation Campaigning with Brad Cornell
November 3 will bring many choices at the ballot box, but most notably for all conservationists (which is ALL of us!) - will be a referendum on restarting the Conservation Collier Program since its land-buying stopped in 2011. Hear what the future could hold for conservation in Collier County if we "say Yes Conservation Collier" on November 3rd.
 

June 26:  Frogwatch's C-2 Crew with Becky Speer

Becky Speer, Recreation Specialist with the City of Naples' Naples Preserve presents  Frogwatch's C-2 CREW as part of the virtual Lunch and Learn lecture series  Download materials

May 28: The Colors of Spring with Dr. Jerry Jackson
Jerry Jackson, Ph.D., professor emeritus at Florida Gulf Coast University and longtime boardwalk naturalist for the Sanctuary presents The Colors of Spring as part of the virtual Lunch and Learn lecture series

April 29: The Logging History of South Florida with historian Cesar Becerra
"It all ended dramatically at the doorstep of a place called Corkscrew Swamp. Chainsaws buzzing heated up negotiations between the National Audubon Society and Lee Cypress Tidewater Company. In the end, luckily, the last known massive and intact strand of giants was saved.” 
Watch the webinar:

Logging History of South Florida

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