Less than a week from today will mark the one-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, and a lot has changed in that year. The economy and ecology of the Gulf Coast were rocked to their foundations by this epic disaster, causing many of us to reconsider the ways we think about—or took for granted– the Gulf of Mexico.
Join us as at http://www.facebook.com/FloridasSpecialPlaces as we reflect on what this tragedy meant to us as a state and as individuals.
Audubon wants to know: How did Deepwater Horizon affect you, your family, and your community? The way you think about Florida, our special places, and the wide, warm Gulf of Mexico?
As part of our Florida's Special Places campaign, we ask that you lend your voice to the Gulf: Tell your story, share your photos. Help us remember and help us chart a course for the future of the Gulf, as a Gulf of Abundance.
Share your thoughts at http://www.facebook.com/FloridasSpecialPlaces.
Or, learn more at the Audubon of Florida News blog: http://audubonoffloridanews.org/?p=8022.