The Ichetucknee River - a first-magnitude spring system located in north central Florida - is the premier tubing destination in the United States with more than 200,000 visitors annually. But it is increasingly threatened by pollution. Steven Earl has chronicled the Ichetucknee through his writing, paintings, and photography for over twenty years. In this book he has created a visual record of the river's inspirational beauty. He and other celebrated environmental writers also provide a description of the unique geology and hydrology of the region, the challenges threatening the Ichetucknee today, and methods to promote watchful stewardship of the river so that its beauty will be preserved for generations to come. Poems celebrating the river are interspersed among the paintings and photographs. A one-of-a-kind visual document of the crown jewel of Florida's spring system.
Photographer/artist Steven Earl is a ranger with the Florida Park Service. He conducts a wide range of educational outreach programs at Gold Head Branch State Park, where he is currently stationed. His photographs have appeared in Jacksonville, Florida Monthly, Florida International magazines, and the Florida's Fabulous nature book series.
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