Jan Spoerri helps carry a replica of a dugout canoe he made for part of the new exhibit at the Environmental Learning Center at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve into the center in East Naples on Thursday morning. The permanent exhibit focuses on 3,000 years of human use in the Rookery Bay estuary. Spoerri, from New York, and his staff will set up the exhibit over the next several days. The exhibit is set to open sometime in February.

Photo by Darron R. Silva, Daily News

Jan Spoerri helps carry a replica of a dugout canoe he made for part of the new exhibit at the Environmental Learning Center at Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve into the center in East Naples on Thursday morning. The permanent exhibit focuses on 3,000 years of human use in the Rookery Bay estuary. Spoerri, from New York, and his staff will set up the exhibit over the next several days. The exhibit is set to open sometime in February.

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