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Residents and Researchers Gear Up For a Springs Rally in Tally

Pollution and human misuse threaten North Central Florida Springs, and Marion County residents want their voices to be heard. As Jessica Gable reports, a group of citizens and researchers will travel to Tallahassee on Tuesday to talk to policymakers about the need for action. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/tallyrally.mp3]

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U.S. Senator Nelson Weighs In On Haiti Relief Effort

As doctors and diplomats try to pick up the pieces in Haiti, one U.S. Senator believes the relief effort will require more than the Haitian government can provide. Democratic U.S. Senator from Florida, Bill Nelson, was on the University of Florida campus and talked with WUFT-FM’s Jessica Gable. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/Nelsonwrap.mp3]

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The Rivalries In Club Rugby

Nothing packs a stadium and gets fans pumped quite like a rivalry. University of Florida versus Florida State University is one of those great rivalries. Lee Ziesche was on the sidelines to capture it all when the two schools went head to head in Club Rugby. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/850Rugbywrap.mp3]

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International Conference on Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa Underway On UF Campus

Researchers from all over the world are attending a conference at the University of Florida today on Conservation and Development in Latin America and Africa. WUFT-FM’s Savannah Herring spoke with the Director of the Tropical Conservation and Development Program, Marianne Schmink. [audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/InternatConf.mp3]

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Gainesville Boasts First Zero Energy Home

From the ceiling fans to the garage door, everything in a new Gainesville home will be run on energy that comes from solar panels on the roof of the home. Gainesville is the first city in Florida to build a completely energy efficient home. WUFT-FM’s Kaitlyn Ash takes us on …

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