OSPREY, FL Join Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast for a conservation lecture and discussion with passionate wildlife photographer Mary Lundeberg, on Wednesday, March 30, from 9:30 am to 11:00 am at the foundation’s headquarters, 400 Palmetto Avenue in Osprey. Register online at www.conservationfoundation.com or call 941-918-2100. Lundeberg’s exhibit entitled “Wild Florida” is also on display through March 30.
Mary Lundeberg is a nature photographer and writer, creating connection to and appreciation for the natural environment. She is eager to share her passion for the wildlife and waterways of Florida, showcasing the splendor of nature. Lundeberg has published more than 80 articles, books and photographs and has created works for the National Parks Service, Stump Pass State Park and the Minnesota Audubon Society. She currently teaches part-time for Ringling College of Art and Design at the Englewood Art Center, and writes a column for the Sun-Herald. Learn more at www.marylundeberg.com.
Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast saves land, forever, preserving those special natural lands that make our region extraordinary. Working with landowners, businesses, and government, they protect the character and natural integrity of the bays, beaches, barrier islands and their watersheds on Florida’s Gulf Coast. A nationally accredited land trust, the Foundation purchases natural areas, holds land preservation agreements and educates for responsible land and water stewardship in Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee Counties. Learn more at www.conservationfoundation.com.