Join GTM Research Reserve and St Johns County Parks and Recreation for a lecture series focused on Northeast Florida’s conservation efforts, plants, animals, and beaches! CLICK HERE to register for this exciting experience!
This lecture series is free, and light refreshments will be provided.
November 2nd: Sustainable Living- See how you can make changes inside and outside of your house to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Get great tips and simple tricks to incorporate into your everyday life so that you can reduce your negative impacts on the environment.
January 4th: Reptiles- Learn about various reptiles you could encounter here in Northeast Florida. Meet some of our live animals and how they are vital to our surrounding ecosystem
March 1st: Pollinators- Many species are responsible for pollinating our local native plants. Find out which birds, bugs, and more are helping our gardens thrive!
May 3rd: Treasures of the Beach- Our East coast beaches are constantly changing and bringing new items up for us to see. Shells, sea beans, grasses, sharks teeth, marine debris; come learn how to identify these items, where they come from, and so much more!