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Conservation Trust For Florida honors the late UF biologist Larry Harris

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It’s that time of year again…. time for the annual Fall Round Up and Awards Celebration by the Conservation Trust for Florida. Each year this not-for-profit organization honors a Floridian who has made a difference in the effort to conserve rural landscapes. This year the group is honoring the late University of Florida Professor, Larry Harris. 89.1’s Donna Green-Townsend talked with the new Executive Director of the Conservation Trust for Florida, Brian Block about why the group selected biologist Professor Larry Harris.

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