Throughout the EXPEDITION make special opportunities to gather and meet other registered participants. 


YESTERDAY: April 13.  

The 1000 Miles in 100 Days  great trek across Florida, in the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, from the Eyes of the Videographer at Brevard Community College/Titusville .
Saturday, April 13 6 pm.

Elam Stoltzfus

Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition. Elam documented the 100 day, 1,000 mile trek from the southern edge of the Everglades to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge at the Florida-Georgia borderThe drama of the footage will astound. Don’t miss.

Before Elam, for some additional fun: go to the Indian River Festival, at Sand Point Park… music, local food from Dixie Crossroads, Crackerjacks. And Catfish Cabin, is serving, you guessed it, catfish. Started at 10am, goes all day. A Festival in a Festival.


If you missed this:
 on Saturday, at Fox Lake Park in Titusville was great!  The SPRING SEAFOOD JUBILEE event was catered by legendary Titusville restaurant, Dixie Crossroads. This night included a special presentation entitled, “Growing Up On The Lagoon” by Laurilee Thompson…great authentic storytelling!

April 7. 1000 Miles in 100 Days, special keynote presentation at Brevard Zoo by Carlton Ward, Jr. of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, was also Outstanding!  Stunning photography from the cross-Florida adventures–hiking, paddling and horseback riding along their incredible journey, which included parts of Brevard County.



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