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Putting the Pieces Together: Restoring Florida’s Natural Habitats
Mitigation, restoration, preservation… what do these terms really mean and are they even necessary? We know that humans have impacts on natural systems, species survival, and ecosystem resilience, but is our money better spent on other efforts than putting the pieces of nature’s Humpty Dumpty back together again? Join us for a talk with Sensing Nature Senior Ecologist Brian Lane as he guides you through these processes and reveals their meanings, significances, and values.

This webinar is recommended for adults and families (suggested ages of 7 years old and up).

This program is sponsored by the Friends of Weedon Island. Our Friends support the Weedon Island Preserve through education, preservation and protection of its habitats, ecology, and cultural history. Learn more about our Friends at https://friendsofweedonisland.org/.

Mar 19, 2022 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brian Lane
Senior Ecologist @Sensing Nature
As a Senior Ecologist, environmental educator, and business co-owner, Brian Lane shares his appreciation and understanding of the natural world through Sensing Nature’s interactive workshops, ethical ecotours and educational nature products. A Florida native with a strong love of our dynamic coastline, Brian grew up in Pinellas County and earned his B.S. from the University of Central Florida. After years of ground-truthing wetlands for the National Wetlands Inventory and then working as an environmental consultant, Brian now enjoys traveling Florida educating teachers to tots about nature and the importance of our individual actions. He has co-authored six laminated wildlife identification guides including “Tracks, Scats and Signs of Florida Wildlife.” As an award-winning University of Florida / Florida Master Naturalist Instructor, Brian teaches all of the UF FMNP courses in Pinellas County and is an active board member of the Friends of Pinellas Master Naturalists.