Indian River Lagoon Community Engagement Coordinator Caleta Scott sits down with a very special guest — her father, Ronald Scott. As a Fort Pierce Florida native, Scott speaks of his experiences growing up as a Black nature-lover in the 1950s, and father and daughter discuss environmental accessibility through the years, fishing in the IRL, and tips on inspiring a love for the environment in children from a young age.

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Southern IRL Community Engagement Coordinator, Caleta Scott
Caleta Scott

Southern IRL Community Engagement Coordinator

Ronald Scott, Fort Pierce Native
Ronald Scott

Fort Pierce Native

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