Saturday, February 15, 2014Volume 2014 Issue 137  
Apalachicola: Rivers and Seafood, Cultural Studies in Florida Agriculture - Residential Seminar (02/21/2014)

February 21-23, 2014  (8:00 AM-3:30 PM)
To Be Announced

Florida’s Forgotten Coast is home to men and women who have long worked the water; tonging for oysters, casting nets for shrimp and fish, and cultivating soft-shell crabs. People have drawn their livelihoods from the Apalachicola Bay and surrounding waters for generations. Centered in historic Apalachicola, a small town that celebrates its rich maritime heritage, the workshop will be an active combination of one-hour lectures, some on-site, some in a classroom, and field experiences or tours. 
(Leader: Dr. Gary Mormino, Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida St. Petersburg)