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'Bright Lit Place' Episode 2: 'Something for Everyone'

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If the 20th century bent nature to human will, the 21st is about undoing the damage. This podcast...

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Image by Patrick Farrell. United States, 2023.

By the 1980s, it was clear Florida's effort to bring nature to heel was damaging the very things that drew people to the state in the first place- clear waters, rich soil and the largest lake in the southeast. To reverse course, Florida unrolled an ambitious plan to restore the Everglades and reconnect the river of grass. But that grand bargain came at a cost.


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  • Reported by Jenny Staletovich
  • Edited by Rowan Moore Gerety
  • Photography from Patrick Farrell
  • Sound Engineering & Original Music Composed by Merritt Jacob
  • Editing & Production by Jessica Bakeman
  • Web Design by Laura Kurtzberg and Kai Wilson

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