Former Lee County Commissioner to speak on water restoration May 11th
What: Ray Judah on Restoring Our Waters
Former Lee County Commissioner Ray Judah will discuss the restoration of our natural waters, on Saturday, May 11 at the Happehatchee Center in Estero. Judah, a Southwest Florida leader who balances conservation concerns with the needs of the business community, will share his current views on protecting our local waterways.
Ray Judah established and supports the successful Corkscrew Regional Ecosystem Watershed Land Trust and advocates for the Conservation 2020 Program, which acquires environmentally sensitive lands to protect water supplies and open space. Among Judah's many awards are: "Conservationist of the Year," the "Pathfinder Award" from the Urban Land Institute, and the "Presidential Advocacy Award" from the Florida Association of Counties. With lengthy experience in government and the community, Ray Judah provides a valuable bird's eye view to guide environmentalists.
When: Saturday, May 11, from 2-4 p.m.
Where: Happehatchee Center, 8791 Corkscrew Road, Estero MAP
To weave analysis and action with the eco-spiritual, Rev. Mary Cline-Gobitz will guide a visualization activity dedicated to restoring our waters.
The May 11 program will begin at 2 pm and end by 4 pm. Suggested donation is $10 at the door. Please contact the Happehatchee Center at 239.992.5455 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please carpool to help ensure there will be plenty of parking.