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Florida Water Stories
Florida has had a long and difficult relationship with water, from early attempts to turn water into land to present day concerns about water quality and sea level rise. University of Florida History professor Dr. Steven Noll will discuss the history of water in Florida and look at how that history shapes the future.
This event is funded through a Florida Humanities Community project grant, in partnership with Gadsden Arts, Inc.
Date/time: February 25 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Presented By:University of Florida Master Lecturer Dr. Steven Noll