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July Program: Using Photography to Save Our Planet

Updated: Jul 8, 2023

July 12, 2023, 6 pm – 8:30 pm

Potluck starts at 6 pm - Bring a dish to share

Drinks, plates and eating utensils are provided

Tampa Garden Club 2629 Bayshore Blvd, Tampa 33629

Hosted by: Tampa Audubon, Sierra Club Tampa Bay Group, Suncoast Chapter of Florida Native Plant Society

Our speaker is William Freund, president and founder of fStop Foundation, a nonprofit that uses videos and photography to create conservation awareness. Freund will present on the importance of wildlife crossings and corridors. Using wildlife cameras, fStop has captured stunning footage documenting panther movement. The footage supports the design and placement of crossings on major roadways, which would otherwise be significant barriers.

Learn more about the fStop Foundation here.

The Native Plant Society is collecting non-perishable (no glass containers) food items to give to St. Vincent food pantry. Please donate.

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