conservation

August 12, 2019

A Day in the Life of a Big Cypress Cattle Rancher

A swollen and crisp full moon hangs above the horizon, casting a silvery glow over the dew-soaked grasses and palmettos. The clock shows barely 6 a.m., […]
August 12, 2019
Scallops underwater on green grass

Summertime Scalloping Tells Conservation Story

Despite the school year starting, it is still summer in Florida. And to me, that means scallop season. I eagerly await the weekend when I join […]
August 12, 2019

Dear Florida: There is None Like You

Dear Florida, I stopped the other day and wondered to myself, “If you weren’t here where would I be? Maryland, maybe? Or California?” I pondered where […]
August 12, 2019

Dear Florida: I’m Falling In Love with My New Home

Dear Florida, Growing up in California, I thought the west coast was the best coast. From food to entertainment, California rules, BUT even this native Californian […]