Movies | Film
presentMovie and Panel Discussion
Thursday, May 16, 20136pm-9pmFree AdmissionJacksonville Library Auditorium (Downstairs)303 No. Laura St., Jacksonville, FL 32202 6pm-Reception and Environmental Booths
8:15pm-Panel Discussion by members of Expedition moderated by Tom Hoctor, UF Gainesville To check out sneak peak preview go here:
About the film:
The film chronicles the travels of four explorers who traveled over 1,000 miles in 100 days to raise awareness about the importance of protecting wildlife corridors across Florida's landscape. North Florida Land Trust is working in several of the FWC corridors to ensure these lands are preserved in perpetuity.
"As we experienced the corridor, we discovered what brings us together, what we have in common. We all want to protect natural Florida for current and future generations. We want to continue to see habitat restoration, endangered species protection, and cross-agency cooperation become a part of Florida’s landscape. Our journey has shown what’s possible. With your continued support Florida has the opportunity to bring the idea of the Florida Wildlife Corridor into reality. May our voices reach further as we share this story together."
Brought to you by North Florida Land Trust and sponsored by:
Jacksonville Public Library
Florida Humanities Council Admission to Florida Wildlife Corridor 0.00