What’s happening to Florida’s natural water supply? Is the Floridan Aquifers system endangered? Can smart planning avoid water wars in the future? 

The Emerson Center in collaboration with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Vero Beach Social Justice committee presents “Trouble in Paradise”: What’s happening to Florida’s Water Supply,” the free Earth Day Educational Forum on Thursday, April 22nd, 2021. The Pelican Island Audubon Society will be providing a free tree-give-away at 6:30PM; including one-gallon pots of Bald Cypress, Mahogany, and Live Oak seedlings. The featured film “Saving Florida’s Spring’s” created by filmmaker, Sami Kattan, starts at 7:00PM. Panelist David Cox, Board Member of the Soil and Water Conservation District of Indian River County, Panelist George Glenn, Legal Advisor to the Pelican Island Audubon Society and the Clean Water Coalition of Indian River County, and Panelist Alexis Peralta, Stormwater Educator for Indian River County will discuss the informative film at 7:45PM followed by an open Questions and Answer Session. 

Limited social distance seating available. Please register for FREE by calling (772)778-5880 (Monday through Friday from 9:00AM to 4:00PM) or by e-mailing: and remember to include the number in your party.   

The Emerson Center is a venue for hosting entertainment, cultural arts, and education to Vero Beach and surrounding communities. For more information about The Emerson Center, please visit us online at The Emerson Center is located at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Vero Beach at 1590 27th Ave, Vero Beach, Florida 32960.

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