On exhibit at Hibiscus Gallery through January 18, 2020:
Plan(T) is a participatory eco-art project aimed at helping our local community learn about and plan for a future impacted by global climate change.
Rising seas and saltwater intrusion into our freshwater aquifers are threatening to permanently alter our way of life in South Florida.
Our “mangrove in every yard” reforestation effort focuses on raising awareness and building community.
Residents are encouraged to plant a mangrove seedling in their yards to facilitate climate conversations, help sequester carbon dioxide, and grow our salt-tolerant native tree canopy.
Learn more at www.cortadaprojects.org/plant
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Take a peek at this growing collection of digital artworks by Xavier Cortada about the endangered animals of Florida.
Xavier Cortada created a collection of digital artworks about the beauty of Florida’s single-celled organisms. See the collection here.
See more of Xavier Cortada’s digital prints about Florida’s native wildflowers and their importance in our ecosystem.