Sunday, September 16, 2012

Annual TAS Conservation Workshop at Deering. Saturday, 9/22. Kicks off with an onsite birdwalk at 8 AM

Update from the official Tropical Audubon Society (TAS) e-mail blast.  CLICK HERE to view the e-mail update and complete info, including other TAS sponsored events and important information.  All information below taken from the e-mail update.

Get involved in South Florida's Environment:  
TAS Annual Conservation Workshop!

Sat., Sept. 22| The Deering Estate | All day event. 

It is that time of the year again! Because your quality of life and environmental protection go hand in hand, get involved and participate by helping set TAS' Conservation Agenda in the coming year at our Annual Conservation Workshop at The Deering Estate on Sat., September 22nd.

Early birds will be able to take advantage of a bird walk with TAS President Joe Barros at 8:00 a.m. A Networking Breakfast is offered starting at 8:30 a.m. Opening remarks, followed by panel sessions will start at 9:30 a.m. The topics to be discussed are as follow:
  • Central Everglades Planning and Seepage Management
  • Threats to Biscayne Bay's Health
  • Planning for Miami-Dade's Future
  • Our Place in the Atlantic Flyway
This workshop is free and open to the public, participation is highly encouraged. So we can plan better and provide you with more details and information, please R.S.V.P with us by September 17th. To contact us with any questions, please call 305.667.7337 or email Celeste De Palma.

Pictured below, elected officials and community leaders (current and future) who attended the 9/17/2011 TAS conservation workshop 


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