FNPS Mangrove Chapter March 2017 meeting
The public is invited to join the Mangrove Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society for the program “Preserving Wild Florida,” presented by Mary Lundeberg, a local conservation photographer and writer. The presentation will take place March 14, 2017. 7:00 p.m. Lemon Bay Park, 570 Bay Park Blvd. Englewood, Florida.
Mary’s view through the camera lens inspires a powerful appreciation of the beauty and fragility of the ecosystems in the coastal regions and estuaries of southwest Florida.
Her sensitive artistry, disciplined with stillness, patience and a focused passion, creates a powerful statement for our relationship with the environment. Her work engages and captivates.
Mary’s photographs have appeared in books, calendars and newspapers and have won state, national and international awards in juried art exhibits throughout the United States. A retired professor and department chair from Michigan State University, Mary currently teaches photography part-time at the Englewood Art Center through the College of Ringling Art and Design. To learn more about her work, visit www.marylundeberg.com.
The evening promises to be an enriching experience. Join us in celebrating Mary’s view of the natural world.
The Florida Native Plant Society promotes the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida.
To learn more about the Mangrove Chapter or the Florida Native Plant Society, visit
www.fnps.org Chapter speaker programs, field trips and special events are free and open to the public.
At: Lemon Bay Park