Experts Warn of Ecological Threat in Central Florida
Experts Warn Of Ecological Threat
Winter Park (Fla.)
A newspaper article discussing a meeting of Florida conservationists held at the Park Plaza Hotel in Winter Park on World Humanist Day. According to the article, many of the environmental experts warned of future ecological problems in Central Florida. The ecologists claimed Central Florida will face water shortages as a result from the growing population, and argued that political and civil action was needed to control growth. Experts included Art Marshall, head of the Center for Urban Studies at the University of Miami (UM); Ed Farrar, an orthopedic surgeon; Dr. George Cornwell, chairman of the Department of Forestry at the University of Florida (UF); Lyman Rogers, founder and former president of Conservation 70s; and Ted Sperling, an organized of Save Our Bays in Sarasota County.
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of photocopied newspaper article: Poor, Peggy. "Experts Warn of Ecological Threat in Central Florida." The Orlando Sentinel, April 30, 1972.
Is Part Of
Binder 1972, Friends of Lake Apopka Archives, Ginn Museum, Oakland Nature Preserve, Oakland, Florida.
Friends of Lake Apopka Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
1 newspaper article
Park Plaza Hotel, Winter Park, Florida
Originally created by Peggy Poor and published by The Orlando Sentinel.
"History of Lake Apopka." St John's River Water Management District. January 28, 2013. Accessed June 05, 2016. http://www.sjrwmd.com/lakeapopka/history.html.