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Intersection: ‘Drained’ Takes A Deep Dive Into Everglades Environmental Problems; Talking Business Survival; Performing During The Pandemic

WMFE environmental reporter Amy Green has spent some 10 years reporting on the Everglades and she spent the better part of this year working on a podcast – Drained- to explore some of the details behind this mind bogglingly complex plan to restore the River of Grass. On this episode of Intersection, Green joins us for a deep dive into her reporting on the plan to save the Everglades.
Businesses have struggled throughout the pandemic, but for those that were able to adapt and survive- there’s light on the horizon. We’ll talk to a panel of business owners about how they got through the year and what’s in store for 2021. Joining the program- Matt Hinckley, owner of Hinckley’s Fancy Meats in East End Market; Dena Jalbert, CEO of Orlando-based Align Business Advisory Services; and Mauricio Toro, CEO and co-founder of Daytona Beach based Techfit Digital Surgery.
And- Orlando band Beemo returns to performing- and to Intersection- after a hiatus brought on by the pandemic. We’ll chat to the band about their new music video which involves gnomes and classic cars; and about going from the pub to the porch for socially distanced performances. 

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