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The Complicated History of the Fenholloway River

  • Aired: 11/24/2016
  • 03:01
  • Rating: NR
WFSU’s Kate Payne explores the state’s only industrial river, and the town that depends on it. Local resident Vivian Sheffield recalls growing up on the Fenholloway. Georgia Pacific executives make the argument for building a pipeline they say will clean up the river. Taylor County officials ask, is the survival of the town worth sacrificing a body of water?
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Explore the relationship of a rural North Florida town and the river that keeps it alive.
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