April 26, 2015

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Clyde Butcher - Preserving Florida

| 12/9/2013

Clyde Butcher, noted environmental photographer and Florida "icon," discusses Florida's environmental risk, "Preserving Eden," and his upcoming plans, from his gallery in Venice, Florida.

Other videos in Florida Trend's series with Clyde Butcher are here:

  • Clyde Butcher - Interpretation of Nature: In this interview, he talks about his photographic process and how he gets just the right shot.
  • Clyde Butcher - Mucking About: Butcher and his team take people on walks through waist-deep swamp water in the Big Cypress. In the video, Butcher lets us in on how the swamp tours got started, and shares why they're helping people see Florida in a new light.

Clyde Butcher is an American photographer known for wilderness photography of the Florida landscape. Butcher produces large-scale, black-and-white photos, and is in the Florida Artist Hall of Fame. His deep appreciation for the Everglades have inspired him to work for the restoration and preservation of environment. Butcher has received recognition for his community service as well as his photography. To see more of his photography and learn where you might meet the artist, check out his website, ClydeButcher.com, or visit his Facebook page.

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About the Everglades, we should...

  • Increase efforts toward restoration, esp. in light of rising sea level
  • Status quo - keep trying to fix it, as we have been
  • Get realistic. We will never restore it with millions living in South Florida.

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