Sunday, August 5, 2007

Photos from Interviews and Toxic Tour

A portrait of Martin Luther King, inside one of the homes of a woman we interviewed--a symbol of hope during an era of oppression.

A pig farm bordering the dump and neighboring an Apopka home.

One of the homes of Apopka; if you look closely behind the red SUV you can notice the hill of a landfill nearby. Many homes share the landfill for a backyard. It used to be all exposed trash, but recently received grass covering from a nearby dig site.

This dig site supplied dirt and grass to cover the eyesore of the Lake Jewel Dump that borders several Apopka homes.

An Apopka home near the dump site.

Magnolia Park boat ramp with recent documents about lake health and safety.

1 comment:

sallda said...

This is why some health care is vital if companies offered free drugs or hospital furniture to local clinics, nurses and doctors, (they can easily afford it) the difference it could make is huge.