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Florida Ranching – Yesterday and Today

Thursday, January 19, 2017 — 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Cattle Ranching from a Florida Crackers Perspective” with John Skipper and “Managing a Ranch and Studio Practice,” with Sean and Sharon Sexton.

A look at the origins and history of the oldest cattle industry in the United States through the eyes of a 7th generation Floridian, John Skipper. Hear why things are done a bit differently in the Sunshine State from a native whose family has ranched for almost 200 years in the area.

For rancher, artist, and third-generation Floridian, Sean Sexton, the Florida landscape and history are interwoven with his art.

This event will be located at MOFAC.

 

Sean Sexton

Sean Sexton

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