Cowboy art with a conservation message
Sean Sexton is this year’s keynote speaker at this Sunday’s Conservation Trust For Florida Round-up and Awards Celebration at the Whitehurst Horse Prairie Ranch off County Road 346 near Archer. Sexton’s 600-acre cattle ranch in Indian River County has a conservation easement to try and make sure the ranch stays a ranch forever. Sexton is a true Florida cowboy…and as he told 89.1’s Donna Green-Townsend, he’s also a writer and a painter with a conservation message
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