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WFSU-TV film series presented at TU as part of Earth Week

As part of Thomas University’s Earth Week activities, Tall Timbers Research Station and Land Conservancy presented the “Roaming the Red Hills” WFSU-TV film series Tuesday evening, April 19, in the Flowers Foods Executive Classroom in Smith-Bonvillian Hall on TU’s Main Campus. Introducing the films was producer Rob Diaz de Villegas (far left) who also led a panel discussion afterward with some of the film participants. Panel members include (from left) Dr. Christine Ambrose, TU Assistant Professor of Biology and Director of the Geospatial Analysis Planning & Preservation (GAPP) Lab; Margaret Tyson of the Ochlocknee River Water Trail; Shane Wellendorf, Conservation Coordinator at Tall Timbers Research Station; and Kim Sash, Conservation Biologist at Tall Timbers.

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