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OLD FLORIDA IS tan bare feet. Turquoise waters. Pink motels. On cool evenings, it’s sweet tea on the porch of a rusty-roofed cabin. The smell of citrus blossoms. Banjos, harmonicas and fiddles. On a lazy Sunday, it’s quiet country roads with tunnel-like canopies of centuries-old live oaks. Mom and Pop gift shops. Roadside produce stands with sweet corn and watermelon. Old Florida is manatees. Crystal clear springs. Rope swings. An aluminum boat. Night crawlers. Mostly, Old Florida is home.






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Learn about one of the biggest threats facing Central Florida’s FAMOUS springs and what you can do to stop it! At Urban ReThink near downtown Orlando next Saturday at noon.Join us for a presentation by renowned spring scientist Dr. Bob Knight and Dr. Todd Kincaid on the major threat facing the Wekiva. Discover with local governments can do to protect the lifeblood of our state and its economy: our water!Brought to you by:Sierra ClubLeague of Woman VotersFriends of Wekiva River Inc.Florida Conservation Coalition

Learn about one of the biggest threats facing Central Florida’s FAMOUS springs and what you can do to stop it! At Urban ReThink near downtown Orlando next Saturday at noon.

Join us for a presentation by renowned spring scientist Dr. Bob Knight and Dr. Todd Kincaid on the major threat facing the Wekiva. Discover with local governments can do to protect the lifeblood of our state and its economy: our water!

Brought to you by:
Sierra Club
League of Woman Voters
Friends of Wekiva River Inc.
Florida Conservation Coalition


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