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Key West Botanical Garden Society Speaker Series: Chug Collection ConservatorsKey West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden 5210 College Road, Key West, FL
The Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden is hosting the Key West Botanical Garden Society Speaker Series Chug Collection Conservator Dr. John R. Bratten, for a presentation of the Cuban "Chug" Boat Project: Documenting Hope and Resolve. This presentation is a follow up of maritime archaeologists at the University of West Florida embarked on a project to record a collection of small boats and rafts that provided a conduit