15 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject is exactly "Drainage"
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CARL BUCHHEISTER AT WAKULLA SPRINGS

CARL BUCHHEISTER AT WAKULLA SPRINGS

Date
1970
Description
Carl Buchheister, former president of the National Audubon Society, advocates the preservation of Florida's wildlife and natural splendor in an interview at Wakulla Springs Wildlife Refuge. Mr. Buchheister discusses alligators, water conservation, wildlife reserves, citizen involvement in conservation programs, environmental protection legislation, controls on pollution, avoiding thermal pollution from atomic reactors, oil spills, damage caused to lakes from dredging, preservation of the Everglades, the Cross Florida Barge Canal "boondoggle" and the protection of endangered species.
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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 1

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 1

Date
1957 (circa)
Description
This film shows road building in Florida , including land clearing, drainage digging, pipe laying, grading, curb construction , limestone quarrying, tar spraying and asphalt laying. See BA156. Produced by Florida State Road Department.
Collection
CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 2

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 2

Date
1957 (circa)
Description
This film is a continuation of EA001, and shows more road construction . It includes concrete pouring and finished roads with traffic. Produced by the Florida State Road Department.
Collection
Flight Into Oblivion: Story of the Everglades Kite

Flight Into Oblivion: Story of the Everglades Kite

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film describes the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District and its purpose. It tells how uncontrolled burns destroyed nesting areas and food sources of kites. There are shots of kites in flight and mating, as well as shots of their eggs. Viewers also see anhinga, a great blue heron and their nests. The film shows the feeding and first flights of some kite hatchlings. It tells how flood control helps maintain the food supply of the kite and helps ensure its survival. The film also shows the alligator, sandhill crane, wood ibis, great white heron, osprey, roseate spoonbill and bald eagle. It covers the environment of the Everglades and endangered species. Produced by Goodway Films; sponsored by Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District.
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Florida's Canal Main Street

Florida's Canal Main Street

Date
1965 (circa)
Description
Gov. Haydon Burns introduces this film describing the reasons, location and other details of the Cross Florida Barge Canal. The canal was being built at the time the film was made. The film has illustrations showing proposed design, testimony by the geologist, sequences of Florida industry, footage of flooding in March 1960 and an enemy submarine threat sequence. President Johnson sets off the first blast in construction. Produced by Leroy Crooks; sponsored by FDC and the Canal Authority of Florida.
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Florida's Land of Gracious Living

Florida's Land of Gracious Living

Date
1965-10
Description
The script starts by asking, "What is land?" A long philosophical answer is given over scenes of life in Putnam County. The film shows farming, cattle, rodeo, sailing and bass fishing, including underwater photography. Viewers also see gladiolus farms, residences in Palatka, a utility plant, the Hudson Pulp and Paper Corp., and furniture manufacturing. The film shows schools, public facilities and President Lyndon B. Johnson at the ground breaking of the Cross Florida Barge Canal. There are good shots of a huge "walking" drag line. Produced by Guided Tours; sponsored by Putnam County Board of County Commissioners.
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LAKE JACKSON - DEVELOPMENT CONCERNS

LAKE JACKSON - DEVELOPMENT CONCERNS

Date
1982
Description
In this film, a Tallahassee storm water management representative comments on the impact construction and development in the Lake Jackson vicinity has had on the lake. He mentions the McGinnis Arm holding pond project and plans for lake rehabilitation. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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LAKE JACKSON - STORM WATER

LAKE JACKSON - STORM WATER

Date
1982
Description
Tallahassee government representatives and environmental specialists discuss Lake Jackson and Leon County storm water management concerns. They explain the life cycle of lakes, nutrient loading, the McGinnis Arm holding pond, Lake Munson, Lake Lafayette and how storm water becomes a non-source specific pollutant. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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Lake Jackson Residents

Lake Jackson Residents

Date
1970 (circa)
Description
This film features interviews with two residents of the Lake Jackson area of Tallahassee. The first resident expresses concern for the welfare of wildlife in the area. He complains that a local watershed is dumping silt into the water that makes it unsuitable for a fish or animal habitat. He closes his interview with cautionary comments, warning that lessons can be learned from similar situations with water bodies in southern Florida. Next, Dave "Red" Smith talks about his lifelong relationship with Lake Jackson. The segment ends with silent footage of boaters, developments and businesses in the Lake Jackson area. Produced by WFSU-TV.
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The Case for the Canal

The Case for the Canal

Date
1970
Description
This film describes the Cross Florida Barge Canal. A state geologist describes the lock system, and viewers see phosphate and mines. Much of the film is the same footage as CA006, "Florida's Canal Main Street." Various testimonials are given as to the quality of the canal project. Produced by Leroy Crooks.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
CARL BUCHHEISTER AT WAKULLA SPRINGS CARL BUCHHEISTER AT WAKULLA SPRINGS Conservation
Drainage
Endangered species
Environmental protection
Interviews
Preservation
Wildlife
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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 1 CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 1 Construction
Drainage
Flood control-Florida
Infrastructure
Road construction
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CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 2 CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES OF THE FLORIDA STATE ROAD DEPT NO. 2 Construction
Drainage
Flood control-Florida
Infrastructure
Road construction
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Flight Into Oblivion: Story of the Everglades Kite Flight Into Oblivion: Story of the Everglades Kite Birds
Conservation
Endangered species
Drainage
Flood control
Wildlife
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Florida's Canal Main StreetFlorida's Canal Main StreetEconomic conditions
Drainage
Flood control--Florida
Governors--Florida
Promotional films
Canals
Inland waterways
Construction
Infrastructure
Cold War
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Florida's Land of Gracious LivingFlorida's Land of Gracious LivingAgriculture
Bass fishing
Boating
Cattle
Drainage
Farming
Flood control
Furniture manufacturing
Promotional films
Rodeos
Timber industry
Tourism
Underwater photography
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LAKE JACKSON - DEVELOPMENT CONCERNSLAKE JACKSON - DEVELOPMENT CONCERNSDrainage
Flood control-Florida
Lakes
Water management
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LAKE JACKSON - STORM WATER LAKE JACKSON - STORM WATER Drainage
Flood control-Florida
Lakes
Water management
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Lake Jackson Residents Lake Jackson Residents Boating
Drainage
Flood control-Florida
Lakes
Water management
Wildlife
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The Case for the CanalThe Case for the CanalEconomic conditions
Drainage
Flood control-Florida
Phosphate industry
Promotional films
Tourism
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