Best.Headline.EVER. on a So Local Pasco Podcast!
Believe it or not, that was not even the most interesting thing we talked about. Adam Dubbin, a fellow native Floridian, has embarked on a cause, a mission, a documentary adventure:
He is traveling around Florida, experiencing, at kayak level, the state of the waters of our state. The news is not good. It’s not all BAD, mind you…It’s just that there will be a tipping point, beyond which we won’t be able to sustain our current population. It’s inevitable, if we don’t change. Here we are, with enough knowledge and history to show us the way. We have everything we need, except the will to fix it. Here, look…THIS is what we are doing. This is what we are tolerating:
So the question, really, is what is Adam documenting: The dawning of change, or the sunset of a Florida that can sustain itself? It’s a long, hard journey…And we are lucky to have sentinels like Adam to show us the path.
Okay…His eyes aren’t really like that. It’s a thing I do. Nevermind.
If you follow me on Facebook, you have no doubt already seen posts provided by Adam, via HIS page, Save Florida Waters Now…Where he is documenting the things he is learning, seeing, and experiencing. I want to encourage you to visit Adam’s page on Facebook, like, and follow him. He shares a ton of great information, and links to some amazing stories and images.
That’s also a good way to keep abreast of his documentary progress…He intends to do some video casts, very soon. The best way to contact Adam is to visit his FB page, via email at [email protected], or via Twitter at @SaveFLWatersNow. In the podcast, he also mentions another great activist group, called Bullsugar…Please check them out. Click the green text, above, to use the links.
Thanks again, Adam, and we look forward to showing you one of OUR rivers, here in Pasco County.