Down To Earth: A Celebration Of Natural Florida

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Orange County Regional History Center says
From beloved beaches to treasured springs, no aspect of Florida’s heritage is more important than the ancient, varied, and priceless natural resources of our state.

Join us on Saturday, October 15, as we bring natural Florida to downtown Orlando! Learn about our natural environment and native Florida wildlife at this free family-friendly event in Heritage Square Park.

Our featured speaker, Lori Cunniff, manages Orange County’s Environmental Protection Division and is deputy director of the county’s Community, Environmental & Development Services Department. She’ll speak about how the environmental movement of the 1970s affects the way we protect the natural world today.

Enjoy Searching for the Seventies: The Documerica Photography Project. Created by the Smithsonian Institution, the exhibition takes a fresh look at the 1970s using remarkable color photography of images relating to environmental problems, EPA activities, and everyday life in the 1970s.
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By: Orange County Regional History Center

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