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Anastasia State Park
- This film is a narrated public service announcement for Anastasia State Park off of U.S. 1 (AIA) near St. Augustine. The film begins with a driving scene through the park, showing campers and camping amenities, such as a playground and concession stand. A park ranger is shown playing along with children. A woman is seen walking on Anastasia Beach in a bathing suit. Cars are shown driving on the beach. Produced by the Florida Board of Parks.
|HYACINTH: MENACE ON THE MOVE ||HYACINTH: MENACE ON THE MOVE ||Aquatic plants|
HYACINTH: MENACE ON THE MOVE
- 1970 (circa)
- This film documents the threat hydrilla presents to Florida waterways. Captain Ken Alvarez of the Florida Board of Parks comments on the hydrilla's destructive effects on the native aquatic environment. The film explains the plant's survival traits and details how it spreads to new areas. The film seeks to educate viewers in preventing the spread of the water weed to the Tennessee Valley Watershed. Produced by the Tennessee Valley Authority.
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Florida Board of Parks
Washington Oaks Gardens State Park and Flagler Beach State Park
- This film is a guided tour of Washington Oaks Gardens State Park and Flagler Beach State Park. The narrator describes nearby attractions, such as Marineland on A1A, and provides a history of the park, which was once the plantation of General Joseph Hernandez. Scenes include: a park ranger walking through the gardens and near park facilities, such as picnic areas, playgrounds and scenery along Flagler Beach. Produced by the Florida Board of Parks.