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Earl Morrogh of Apalachicola Riverkeeper showed a video of the river at Green Drinks Wednesday night. The scenes coaxed many to envision themselves joining the kayak flotilla, enjoying hundreds of varieties of flora and fauna, including 315 identified bird species.

The origins of this amazing 107 mile-long river begin in the Appalachian Mountains and feeds the Apalachicola Bay, home to those yummy oysters I enjoyed at last night's dinner. More on this vital watershed at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's website.

photo: Jackson Blue Spring by DEP



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