New Date Nov. 19 - Whitney Sip 'N Science Free Webinar -  Catherine Eastman | Sea Turtle Care Spotlight

New Date Nov. 19 - Whitney Sip 'N Science Free Webinar - Catherine Eastman | Sea Turtle Care Spotlight

Published: Thursday, November 12, 2020
Due to Eta storm bands/conditions we are receiving a lot of turtles and have to postpone tonight's talk to November 19 at 6 p.m. We hope to see you then! 


We miss all of you and as we prepare to be able to deliver our lifelong learning safely at Whitney's Lohman Auditorium, we have launched a short science series virtually to join together! 

Please join us for Sip 'N Science - until we can get back together again!

Register Here

November 19 - Catherine Eastman | Sea Turtle Care Spotlight

Join us for our November Webinar! Catherine Eastman will be sharing our recent sea turtle stories and their care, and latest news from the Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Laboratory.  We will have an interactive Q & A after the update to discuss sea turtles and your questions about them.  Come prepared with your sea turtle questions!

Drink Recipe - Green Juice

1 bunch curly kale roughly chopped
1 large lemon peeled and quartered
1 inch ginger peeled
1 large cucumber cut into long strips
2 large granny smith apples cored and sliced
4 whole celery stalks

Wash and prep veggies.
Juice in order listed

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Catherine Eastman is the Sea Turtle Program Manager at University of Florida’s Whitney Laboratory. She has been with the program since its inception 7 ½ years ago. As one of the founders, she spearheaded the program from concept to reality. Prior to her work for the UF Whitney Laboratory, she incorporated a not-for-profit with her husband focused on sea turtle conservation; managed over 50 sea turtle nest monitoring volunteers; and worked to fundraise for that effort. Eastman’s background is in environmental education and she helped design and instruct the original education program at the GTM Research Reserve, one of three National Estuarine Research Reserves in the state of Florida. Eastman’s love of nature and the outdoors fuels her passion for conservation.