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Our Water, Our Florida

Event Date:

September 27, 2018 @ 6:30 pm


USFSP Student Center Ballroom
200 6th Ave S
Saint Petersburg, FL 33701


Keith Simmons

Program Description:

Water is the lifeblood of our state. From drinking to recreation to tourism, water influences the lives of every Floridian. As our population grows, and as we face new resource challenges, how can we ensure equal access to all residents and visitors? And how can be become effective stewards of this precious resource? Join the Florida Humanities Council for an engaging conversation between two of Florida’s most insightful writers on water. Cynthia Barnett and Jack Davis will share key passages from their books, discuss how they came to understand Florida’s water stories, and dialogue with the audience on questions related to Florida’s future.



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