Presentations at the Dogwood Pavilion
Pollination Strategies 11:15am-12:15pm – The art of pollination is not as simple as it seems. Both plants and pollinators resort to deception, robbery, and bribery to fulfill their needs. Bill Boothe will shed light on how their needs provide for humanity’s necessities such as food, medicines, and other plant based resources. Discover how easy it is for each of us to make a positive impact on pollinators. Meet at the Dogwood Pavilion, Wakulla Springs State Park.
Upon the Face of the Waters—Tracy Revels 1:00pm – 2:00 pm Tracy Revels is a Professor of History at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. But she grew up in Madison, Florida and earned her PhD from Florida State University. She authored Watery Eden: A History of Wakulla Springs in 2002. Her new book, Upon the Face of the Waters, revisits the Wakulla Springs story and includes recent dramatic changes visited upon those waters. Her book is a must read for anyone who has been touched by the beauty, the wildlife, and the spectacle of Wakulla Spring. Get yours signed by the author. Meet at the Dogwood Pavilion, Wakulla Springs State Park.
Why is the Water Dark? – Robert Deyle 2:00 –3:00pm It has been a question echoed by park guests and park staff alike. Join FSU Professor Emeritus Robert Deyle for an explanation of the dark water of the spring founded upon recent studies. Most encouraging is the potential for solutions based upon our new understandings. Meet at the Dogwood Pavilion, Wakulla Springs State Park.
11:15am – 12:15pm Pollination Strategies
1:00pm – 2:00pm Upon the Face of the Waters—Tracy Revels
2:00pm – 3:00pm Why is the Water Dark? —Robert Deyle