FLORIDA’S WILD LANDSCAPES THROUGH THE LENS OF CLYDE BUTCHER
Florida Humanities Council - Community Projects grant and Cedar Key Arts Center present an event focused on Florida’s most iconic landscape photographer, Clyde Butcher. Clyde will share hand-selected images honed for the Nature Coast audience and present a lecture about his photography.
SEATING/TICKETS: Seats are free for the lecture, but limited because of the room’s size. Reserve your seat and get your tickets by visiting Eventbrite.com. Both venues are handicapped assessable. Street parking is available.
Post Cleanup Update
Friends Peg Hall, Jay Bushnell and Debbie Meeks helped volunteers Charlie Adkins and Carolyn Nobbs pick up litter along CR 347 that borders the Refuge on the Levy county side. The group collected 20 bags of litter. Later that week Charlie and Carolyn finished the entire 9 miles of roadside and totaled 77 bags.
Original Cleanup Announcement
Friends are needed to pick up litter along 9 miles of CR 347 that border the Refuge on the Levy county side.
Two new maps make it easy to learn about sites on the refuge to visit and to download trail guides and brochures that describe each.
One is available on the refuge website as the top item in the pull-down menu under MAPS/TRAILS, or it can be accessed by clicking here.
The whole map looks like this. You can zoom in to get more detail and, by clicking on one of the little icons, you can call up a brochure. For example, clicking on the paddling icon nearest the bottom of the map calls up the brochure for the Barnett to McCormick Creek paddling trail.