Today I share my final Loxahatchee Lesson, # 8.
“My husband Fred van Vonno worked as a Planner (GS-11) from June 1978 until 1982 for the Department of Interior, National Park Service, Regional Office, Atlanta Ga. His work involved assessing the “recreational potential of rivers and trails”. My husband was the Study Coordinator for the Loxahatchee and Myakka Wild and Scenic River studies”. -Nicki van Vonno
These news articles saved by Fred van Vonno, now loving shared by his wife Nicki, are now available for all. I learned so much reading through them and most are not available on line. Now they are! May we continue to study our past so that we may work towards the best future our beloved Loxahatchee River!
The photos are organized by year:
CAN THESE CYPRESS TREES BE SAVED
RIVER FRIENDS UNITELOXAHATCHEE VITAL
“Study By the Staff of the U.S. General Accounting Office, Land Use Issues”
General Accounting Office Study – Land Use Issues
The above photos were slides
SLIDES RELATING TO THE LOXAHATCHEE RIVER (also see Lessons 4, 5, and 6 above)
Removed from a slide carousel used by Fred van Vonno who was a Planner (GS-11) from June 1978 until 1982 for the Department of Interior National Park Service, Regional Office in Atlanta, Ga. His work involved assessing the “recreational potential of rivers and trails.” The slides were used for presentations when van Vanno was the Study Coordinator for the Loxahatchee and Myakka Wild and Scenic River studies. It is a good idea to make sure these photographs are documented as many are more than 40 years old. I would think they would have been taken around 1980. ~Sandra Henderson Thurlow
3 thoughts on “Early Newspaper Articles, Loxahatchee Wild and Scenic River”
It is amazing and beautiful. Thank you so much.
Dear Nicki, it is amazing and beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing. So many will learn through your husband’s work. Love. J
Flying squirl??? I will not say where but I will say it is inportant to not have a pack of prediotors killing every last one of them.