Facilitated by Kiki Mutis
of Professional Development Credit for Faculty)
Participants will learn about the natural and cultural history of
Cape Florida State Park System, also called ‘Bill Baggs Cape Florida
State Recreation Area’. Participants will take a walking tour to
learn about the cultural and ecological importance of the only
state park that shares its boundaries with Biscayne National Park.
This workshop will offer participants the opportunity to learn how
Stilts Ville, the Underground Railroad, the Seminole Indians and
Hurricane Andrew have had an impact in the Park and our state’s
history. Participants will be expected to relate the workshop
experience to their department or discipline and develop ways to
incorporate concepts of ecological sustainability into their College
work or current course objectives.
Mutis was born in Colombia and has lived in Miami since 1981. She
received a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Florida
International University (FIU) after completing the Peace Corp’s Master
International Program. At FIU her courses focused on ethnobotany,
tropical botany and environmental education.
1999- 2001 during her Peace Corps service Kiki worked as a Natural
Resource Volunteer in rural Bolivia. She worked on soil conservation
and reforestation projects with rural Quechua communities in the
department of Potosi.
is fluent in Spanish, English, conversational French and basic Quechua.
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