Margaret Spontak

Margaret Spontak’s conservation career includes director of development for Audubon Florida, director of policy and planning for SJRWMD, promotions manager for Silver Springs and co-author of Protecting Paradise. Margaret executed the communication plan for Marion County “Pennies for Parks,” a successful $20 million land referendum, and Silver River Society branding, the organization that advocated for purchase of lands protecting the Silver River. She is currently chair of the Free the Ocklawaha Coalition, representing 34 organizations throughout the state, and board member for Conservation Florida. Spontak has her MBA from Nova Southeastern University and a BS in Communications from Florida State University.

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Lost Springs: Experience the Ocklawaha River through Film and Stories

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