Audubon Florida News

2014 Audubon Academy – Join Fellow Auduboners to Network, Learn and Have Fun

posted on January 28, 2014 in Academy,Chapters

acad_floridaAudubon Academy 2014 is being held April 11–13 at the DaySpring Episcopal Conference Center located on 92 wooded acres on the north bank of the Manatee River in Parrish, near Bradenton.  Come join us on the Gulf Coast for camaraderie, inspiration and learning opportunities on how to be more effective advocates for conservation.

This year’s Academy theme is “Walking the Walk—Making Conservation Real”.  There will be numerous outdoor and indoor workshops and information sharing sessions to enhance the abilities of both current and future Audubon chapter leaders.

Regardless of your chapter size or location, the fun activities—music, campfire, chapter displays, poster sessions, workshops, hospitality and more—can invigorate attendees and help them enjoy and be more informed conservation ambassadors.

For more information, including the schedule, descriptions of the workshops and registration information go to http://fl.audubon.org/2014-audubon-academy or contact your chapter leaders.  Registration is by mail only.  Please note that the early reservation deadline is March 10 and Academy registrations should be done by March 31.

Do not miss this once-a-year opportunity to network at this “for the chapters, by the chapters”-event, dedicated to protecting and conserving Florida’s natural resources.

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  1. Looks like another great Academy. A chance to recharge your conservation batteries and find out how to be effective advocates for the environment and wildlife of Florida. Hope to see you all there!

    Comment by Bob Stamps — February 3, 2014 @ 6:38 pm

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