Dade Heritage Trust

Photograph courtesy of the Dade Heritage Trust

Dade Heritage Trust (DHT) recently unveiled a new permanent museum exhibit, “Biscayne Bay: Our Water, Our World,” at the non-profit’s headquarters located at 190 SE 12 Terr. in the Brickell neighborhood.

“The exhibit is incredibly timely. With all of the well-publicized issues facing the bay’s severe decline, the need for public education and engagement is crucial to the bay’s future health,” said Christine Rupp, Dade Heritage Trust executive director.

The exhibit — featuring historic photographs, contemporary images and the live-streaming Coral City Camera — provides visitors and residents alike the opportunity to learn about the importance of protecting and preserving one of Miami’s most valuable natural resources.

“For nearly 50 years, the Dade Heritage Trust has worked to preserve the history of our culture and our community here in Miami-Dade,” said William D. Talbert, III, CDME, president and CEO of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We now celebrate the safe reopening of the Visitor Center and are eager for everyone check out this exhibit.

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