The Florida Wildlife Corridor’s documentary, “The Last Green Thread,” will be shown in a free screening at Tampa Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 25. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.)

The film documents the journey of three friends, Mallory Lykes Dimmit, Joe Guthrie and Carlton Ward, a Hyde Park United Methodist member. Their April 2018 “Heartlands to Headwater” expedition was made along the thin green band near the Interstate 4 corridor that connects two of the state’s largest wetlands systems—the Everglades’ headwaters just south of Orlando and the Green Swamp just northeast of Tampa.

A panel discussion and audience Q & A will be held at the conclusion of the film. Members of the panel include:

  • Kathy Castor, US House of Representatives, Florida 14th Congressional District; Chair, U.S. House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis
  • Mallory Lykes Dimmit, President, Florida Wildlife Corridor; VP of Strategic Development, Lykes Bros., Inc.
  • Carlton Ward, founder of the Florida Wildlife Corridor; conservation photographer; National Geographic Explorer
  • Ed Sherwood, Executive Director, Tampa Bay Estuary Program
  • Will Wellman, Director of Adult Faith Formation, Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church; ordained minister

This event is FREE and open to the public. Seating will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. No tickets or reservations are necessary. Hyde Park United Methodist is one of the sponsors of this event.

Additional information is on the Tampa Theatre website.

Photo courtesy of Alex Morrison, Florida Wildlife Corridor

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