The Science and Environment Council presents the Environmental Summit April 25-27, 2018. To kickoff the event, join us for a special Keynote Reception featuring environmental historian and author Jack Davis.
Jack E. Davis is an award winning author and professor of environmental history and sustainability studies at the University of Florida. He is a vivid and lyrical storyteller bringing the Gulf of Mexico to life as the main character in lively tales of scoundrels and hucksters, booms and busts, senseless pillage and nature’s revenge. The New York Times praised Davis for writing “a beautiful homage to a neglected sea, a lyrical paean to its remaining estuaries and marshes, and a marvelous mash-up of human and environmental history.”
Tickets for the Keynote Reception are $10 and can be purchased by clicking the "Register" button to the right.
Doors open at 5:30, program begins at 6 p.m.
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