Manatee Tiger Bay Club Luncheon: Red tide, algae blooms, contaminated ground water: What’s up with Florida’s water quality?

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Name: Manatee Tiger Bay Club Luncheon: Red tide, algae blooms, contaminated ground water: What’s up with Florida’s water quality?
Date: November 15, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM EST
Event Description:
Please join the Manatee Tiger Bay Club’s November program on red tide and other water quality dangers and threats. Our speakers will talk about the politics of water quality, how that determines the future of Florida’s water resources, the Manatee County threat and impact of contaminated water sources from the aquifer and other public resources, and how science is battling red tide and other environmental impacts to communities, business and tourism.
SPEAKERS
BECKY CANESSE
Chief Executive Officer
Manatee County Girls Club, Inc. dba
Just for Girls
Environmental Advocate

ED CHILES
Business Owner
The Chiles Group
Board Member
START (Solutions to Avoid Red Tide)

CHARLIE HUNSICKER
Director
Manatee County’s Parks & Natural Resources Department

ALAN JONES
Owner
Jones Potato Farm

 
Location:
Pier 22 Restaurant
1200 1st Ave W, 2nd Floor Ballroom
in Downtown Bradenton
Complimentary Valet Parking Provided
 
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, November 15, 2018
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Doors open at 11:15 AM
Contact Information:
Elaine Tiberini, Administrator
Fees/Admission:
Nonmembers/Guests: $30.00
Members, Dues Paid for 2018: $20.00
Millennial-aged Influencers (membership fee waived): $20.00
For Membership Information:  Elaine Tiberini, elaine@manateetigerbay.org
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