UF Journalism Students Explore the "State of Water"
A project of students enrolled at the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida, "State of Water" is a new multimedia reporting project that aims to explain the often-complicated subject of water conservation and management in the state of Florida. Twenty "storytellers," guided by three advisers, will tell the stories of our water resources, and how people, politics, ecosystems, and history affect the way we as individuals and as a society relate to water. The project is described as "an experiment in student journalistic storytelling."
Watch the "State of Water" promotional video