Flow: Connecting Freshwater Habitats By Dr. Doria Gordon Lecture

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Flow: Connecting Freshwater Habitats By Dr. Doria Gordon   Lecture
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The Nature Conservancy’s Doria Gordon, Director of Conservation in Florida, will explain how restoring our springs, rivers and streams creates a more resilient Florida for people and nature.

Water is integral to the function of Florida’s natural systems and support of agriculture, communities, recreation and health. It is also an inextricable part of quality of life in Florida. Dr. Gordon will describe The Nature Conservancy’s approach to conserving water and restoring aquatic habitats that support numerous species and provide freshwater to Florida’s growing population.

Doria Gordon has worked for the Florida Chapter of The Nature Conservancy since 1990. She is currently the Director of Conservation and a Courtesy Professor of Biology at the University of Florida. Dr. Gordon directs the resource management, scientific, and conservation planning efforts of the Florida Chapter. Dr. Gordon completed a M.S. and Ph.D. in Ecology at the University of California at Davis.

Lecture will be in the Museum's SunTrust Auditorium.

Distinguished lectures are FREE. Museum admission is not included.
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By: Orlando Museum of Art

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