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AIRIE Plans to Open the National Parks' First Art Space in the Everglades

The river of grass that is The Everglades is rich in history and nature. Soon, it'll also be rich in art. The Artists in Residence in Everglades (AIRIE) program helps people explore the artsy side of the wetlands, by serving as a hub that allows artists to live and work...
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