Date(s) - 10/26/2018
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wayne G. Sanborn Center
2018 FALL SYMPOSIUM: The State of Our Water
Short presentations on the problems we face and possible solutions by leaders and experts
As our population grows in Central Florida, we are causing serious problems with our natural ecosystem and the Floridan Aquifer under our feet from which we get our water. There is no easy solution, but the best minds in the business are coming together to work on it. Join us.
Friday, October 26
9 am – 4 pm
at the Wayne G. Sanborn Center, DeLand, FL
Keynote speech by DR. JASON EVANS entitled, “Reclaiming the Future: Science, Engagement, and Hope in Our State of Watery Peril.”
Dr. Evans is Faculty Director of the Institute for Water & Environmental Resilience, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Studies at Stetson University, and Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Environmental Management
A tight schedule of short presentations— like TED Talks—by more than 20 leading professionals on the increasing concerns about our water supply and possible solutions.
Optional Catered Lunch
For attendees that choose, an optional catered lunch will be brought in to include a large, freshly-made sandwich wrap, (choice of Tuna, Turkey with Cheese, or Vegetarian), a bag of chips, plenty of fresh water, and a dessert item (e.g. brownie), catered by DeLand Natural Market and Deli.
Special Film Screening
Screening of a short documentary film by Schoolyard Films:
“Clear Water, Clean Water: Exploring the Floridan Aquifer”
A “Beer Review” at the end of the day (4 pm) as those who wish to engage in further discussion enjoy a group “Happy Hour” at a local establishment.
Open to the public. Admission is FREE.
Optional catered lunch: $12.
All attendees MUST register to reserve seats until all spaces are filled. Book your registration NOW by using the form below.