Once again, our rivers and waterways are being choked by green algae slime that is harmful to both wildlife and humans.
Why does this keep happening? What can be done about it? Why hasn’t anything been done about it? How can we change that?
If you are concerned about the health of our environment and our communities, please join doctors and scientists for a town hall gathering in Fort Myers to learn more.
When: Monday, August 6, 2018, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Where: Broadway Palm Theater, 1380 Colonial Blvd, Fort Myers, FL 33907
- Dr. Parisima Taeb, M.D., Internal Medicine
- Dr. Jennifer Boddicker, Ph.D., Microbiology
- Annisa Karim, M.S., Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Algae blooms are bad for people’s health. Scientists are learning more about how the community might be affected. Join doctors and other scientists to learn the latest information and how to stay safe during this environmental crisis.
Submit Questions: Please submit questions before the town hall (include first name and Zip code). This allows the scientists to make sure they bring the latest research on what the community wants to learn about: FLCoalition4Science@gmail.com
Tickets are free, but, must be reserved within an hour in advance (email the above account to request tickets and submit questions).
Contact: Team Taeb, firstname.lastname@example.org