Events


The Chattahoochee Fall Line Conservation Partnership

Offers Diverse Educational Opportunities

Spencer Environmental Lecture Series

The Spencer Environmental Center, located at 303 12th Street, has become an environmental hub for the community.  Organizations with offices in the Spencer Environmental Center include: Chattahoochee Fall Line Conservation Partnership, Chattahoochee RiverWarden, Chattahoochee Valley Land Trust, Coalition for Sound Growth, The Nature Conservancy and Trees Columbus. We are proud to collaborate and host a lecture series that reflects our collective efforts in conservation, stewardship and education throughout the Chattahoochee Valley. Several times a year we offer free lectures presented in a variety of venues around Columbus. Lectures are designed to be informal, entertaining and of regional interest.

For more information or if you have a suggestion for a lecture topic contact LuAnn Craighton  lcraighton@tnc.org.

2016- 2017 Lectures: Schedule coming soon

2015-2016 Lectures: 

          White Oak Pastures: Sustainable Stewardship of Land and Livestock, Will Harris,                     September 3, 2105.

          Paleo To Present: The Archaeology of Fort Benning and the Chattahoochee Valley,                   November 17, 2015.

          Secrets of the Longleaf Pine: A screening of the documentary, “Secrets of the Longleaf           Pine,” Rhett Turner and leaders in longleaf conservation, February, 2016.

          Return of the Lilies: An in-depth look at local dam removal and what it means to native           species, Dean Wood & Jim Rodgers, April 12, 2016.

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