Saving The Florida Wildlife Corridor (2021)

Date

Feb 23 2022

Location

Tampa Theatre
711 N. Franklin Street, Tampa, FL 33602

30m / Not Rated / Documentary

Protecting the Florida Wildlife Corridor, a statewide network of public preserves and private working lands, provides an opportunity to balance Florida’s rapid growth with the green infrastructure that supports all Floridians. Through the voices of farmers, fishermen, ranchers and conservationists, the new documentary Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor from the National Geographic Society offers a glimpse into one of America’s most unique and complex conservation opportunities, and highlights the need to collaborate to ensure its survival.

Join Tampa Theatre and WEDU-PBS for a FREE screening of the film and a panel discussion about efforts to conserve the Florida Wildlife Corridor with the filmmakers and experts, including:

Danny Schmidt, Film Director
Carlton Ward Jr., National Geographic Explorer and Photographer
Vanessa Serrao, Executive Producer & Creative Director of Impact Media for the National Geographic Society
Tori Linder, Impact Media Producer and Panel Moderator

Admission is FREE, but reservation is required. Please click the show time at right to RSVP

This event is presented in partnership with WEDU-PBS


Organizer

Tampa Theatre
Phone
813-274-8981
Email
gargoyles@tampatheatre.org
Website
https://tampatheatre.org/

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