Spectrum 360 Media Participates In Aerial Survey Of The Sabal Trail pipeline
Mark Skogman Senior Reporter Spectrum 360 Media
’17 Feb. 10 Fri. St. Petersburg, FL
On Tuesday, 07 February, 2017 Spectrum 360 participated in an aerial photographic survey of the current state of the Sabal Trail Pipeline (S. T. P.) in central and north Florida. Flying from an undisclosed location, the all volunteer crew overflew the pipeline route, surveying from the Dunnellon area to the Kissimmee area in Florida. Photographer Mark Skogman acted as still photographer and video photographer for this flight. Second photographer was Jim Tatum. Navigator was Andrea Rea. Good job, everyone. The team immediately gelled and concentrated on the big task at hand.
The flight was organized by the WWALS Watershed Coalition (www.wwals.net). WWALS Watershed Coalition advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, and Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through education, awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities. To contribute to support the work of WWALS, use this link: http://www.wwals.net/donations/ This is an organization worth supporting.
Spectrum 360 Media will be releasing the large amount of media created from the flight starting today and for the next several days. Use this media to get informed on the current state of the Sable Trail Pipeline in Florida and make informed judgements on it’s impact on the Florida environment.
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