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Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center

Weeds & Seeds - A History of Dining in Southern Florida

Cattle, citrus and many other common foods today were brought to Florida by the Spanish. But what were people eating before then? Find out by exploring topics such as environment, flora/fauna, archaeological research and historical documents.

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Weeds & Seeds - A History of Dining in Southern Florida
Weeds & Seeds - A History of Dining in Southern Florida

Time & Location

Dec 08, 2023, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Charlotte Harbor Environmental Center, 10941 Burnt Store Rd, Punta Gorda, FL 33955, USA

About the event

Cattle, citrus, and many other common foods today were brought to Florida by the Spanish, so what were people

eating before then? This talk covers what people would have had for dinner in Southwest Florida 2,000 years ago.

Topics of environment, flora and fauna, archaeological research, and historical documents all come together to answer

this question. Sara Ayers-Rigsby of the Florida Public Archaeology Network presents.

Tickets

  • AC PG Lecture Dec 8, 2023

    Weeds and Seeds - A history of Dining in Southern Florida by Sara Ayers-Rigsby of the Florida Public Archaeology Network.

    $5.00

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