The Loxa-Lucie Headwaters - Making Connections for Nature & People
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About The Event
Register here and a meeting link will be sent to you a day before the event -- there we will learn about The Loxa-Lucie Headwaters Initiative -- a program that envisions a protected ecological corridor that will connect the sources of the Loxahatchee River and St. Lucie River and form a preserve for plant and wildlife, connecting a land mass of nearly 70,000 acres. Find out why it's so important to preserve the Loxa-Lucie Headwaters now by attending our online meeting, Thursday, April 29th at 6:30PM -- We'll hear from a key Loxa-Lucie Initiative Committee member, Greg Braun, who will share details of the initiative and take questions from audience members.
Greg Braun is a professional ecologist with over 20 years of experience in environmental projects in Florida, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Greg specializes in avian and coastal ecology, and habitat restoration projects. He has provided ecological consulting services to governmental agencies, non-governmental conservation organizations and private property owners. He serves on the Steering Committee of the SE Florida Scrub Ecosystem Working Group and the Board of Directors of the Martin County chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society. Greg was awarded the William Hornaday Award for Distinguished Service in Conservation in 2007, and the Distinguished Services Award from the Martin County Conservation Alliance in 2001.
Photo credit: G Smith