Special Public Program: Future of Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Set

By  //  June 8, 2017

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TWO DATES AVAILABLE: JUNE 15 and JULY 8

ABOVE VIDEO: Dr. Duane DeFreese, winner of a 2015 Corbeil Award, shares his thoughts on the importance of conservation. Dr. DeFreese is the first director of the Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA–  A comprehensive history of the Environmentally Endangered Lands program, and a look toward the future, will be presented by Program Manager Mike Knight at the historic Sams House Cabin at Pine Island Conservation Area.

Two dates are available: 6-8 p.m. Thursday, June 15; and 10 a.m. to 12 oon Saturday, July 8.

Sams House at Pine Island is located at 6195 N. Tropical Trail on Merritt Island.

The Sams House at Pine Island Conservation Area was created and managed under Brevard County’s Environmentally Endangered Lands Program referendum.

The referendum was established by voters in 1990 to protect and preserve the rich biological diversity of Brevard County for future generations.

For additional information, contact Martha Pessaro at 321- 449-4720 or email her at  Martha.Pessaro@brevardfl.gov

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