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“Mining Phosphorus” Alan Toth Documentary Due In Sept.

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Alan Toth’s new documentary “Mining Phosphorus” is nearly finished and due to be released in September.  Many of you met him and contributed to his film during his recent two visits to our area.   Here is some early information regarding his documentary.

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Mining Phosphorus explores the subject of phosphate mining in Florida. Phosphate rock is our main source of phosphorus, one of the most critical elements in modern agriculture, but the practice of mining phosphate produces significant environmental concerns, including literal mountains of toxic waste. These environmental concerns embroil a small town in North Florida.

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Release Date
September 2018
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Genre
Documentary
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About
Mining Phosphorus is a documentary film about strip mining in Florida.
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Plot Outline

Phosphorus, the most critical element in modern agriculture, has been acquired through phosphate mining in Florida for over a century, but Florida’s phosphate is quickly running out. When it is gone, the United States will be dependent on phosphate imports.

A new source of phosphate is discovered in North Florida that could extend America’s phosphate supply. Local land owners are determined to mine it, but environmentalists vow to stop them before they can begin. The environmentalists point to Central Florida, where strip mining for phosphate has polluted water and air for decades.

A county permit is all that stands in the way of the strip mining project. The fight between mineral security and a healthy environment embroils two rural counties in North Florida, where the future of American phosphate mining will be determined by a few public servants.

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Directed By
Alan Toth
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Written By
Alan Toth, Laura Newberry
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Produced By
Alan Toth, Laura Newberry
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