THIS EVENT WAS CANCELLED due to humidity levels dropping too low for a permit to be issued.
Conditions are right, and the permits are issued!
On Thursday, January 10, join Joeseph Bozzo and Thaddeus Penfield, SFWMD land managers for the CREW Project, along with CREW Trust staff, for an informative working Strolling Science Seminar on the use of prescribed fire as a land management tool.
You will learn about the role of fire in Florida’s natural landscape and how fire is used within the watershed. Participants will also observe a prescribed burn in-progress.
CLOTHING: Participants must wear long pants, closed-toe shoes or boots (and socks) and 100% cotton shirts (no polyester). Leather work gloves are recommended as well. Please bring water with you (plenty of water).
Tickets are limited to 15 participants. Member tickets are $15; non-member tickets are $20.
To register, visit our eventbrite page.