January Meeting – Dr. Mark Minno
Dr. Minno has a Ph.D. in zoology and more than 30 years of professional experience as an interdisciplinary scientist. He is currently a Water Resource Coordinator with the Suwannee River Water Management District in Live Oak, Florida.
In addition to his many years of experience with wetlands, Dr. Minno is also keenly interested in conservation biology and has conducted field research throughout the Southeastern US as well as in the Western US, Central America, South America, Caribbean, Europe, and India. Dr. Minno is currently working with biologists in Cuba to better understand the ecological relationships of imperiled butterflies in Southern Florida. He has authored/coauthored six books and five book chapters on butterflies and plants. Some of his books will be available for purchase.
Come and listen to this fascinating talk about butterflies and plants of Florida.
All programs are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Doors opens at 6:45 pm, with light snacks and socializing. Programs are held from 7-8:45 pm. A brief discussion of environmental issues precedes the program along with info on upcoming outings and events.
Admission is always free, and everyone is invited — So come on down, and bring some friends! Join Sierra Club for as little as just $15 right now, as this money helps fund our meeting spaces, our outings, sponsor speakers, and much, much more. Everyone with Central Florida Sierra Club Group is an unpaid volunteer. We’re doing what we can to better the local community. It takes a village. And we thank you for being part of that village. Hope to see you at the meeting this, and every month.
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