On Thursday, May 27, at 7 p.m., the Elliott Museum will host a live, in-person lecture with John Nelson. He will be discussing two legendary champions of the environment: photographer Clyde Butcher and naturalist Nathaniel Reed.
This presentation will include John’s edited videos of his interviews with Clyde Butcher and Nat Reed, his comments, plus a Q&A.
Called the next Ansel Adams by Popular Photography magazine, Clyde Butcher is known for capturing through his lens some of the world’s most remarkable and fragile landscapes.
Nathaniel Reed, former assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks, served presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford in the 1970s. He spent a lifetime working to protect the environment. Reserve your spot now!
Topic: An Evening with Environmental Photographer Clyde Butcher and Naturalist Nathaniel Reed
Cost: Free for members. $10 for non-members. Please register at https://hsmc-fl.com/lectures.
Stuart, FL 34996