Wednesday, November 13, 2019
October 10, 2019 marks one year since Hurricane Michael roared ashore in Mexico Beach, Florida, cutting a destructive Category 5 path across the North Florida region. In this episode we revisit some the areas hit back...
In this episode, we explore the history of the Smokey Hollow community in Tallahassee and its impact on opinions about development and urban renewal. Plus, we explore the push for development and the efforts to save trees that live...
We explore how the Cyber world we live in has increased the need for people skilled in Information Technology. Plus we look at ways people are learning and earning while they gain experience in this field. Plus, how teachers...
The WFSU EcoCitizen project explores two locations. One is an urban park, Lake Elberta. Here, Apalachee Audubon is enhancing habitat for birds and pollinators. In the Munson Sandhills region of the Apalachicola National Forest, citizen scientists helping researchers study sensitive...
Lake Elberta in Tallahassee has some of the best bird watching in the area. We learn about the birds that can be found there and efforts to make the landscape there more Florida friendly all in advance of...
In this new episode of Local Routes, we learn about the competition and the history behind Cowboy Action Shooting. Plus, save the date for EcoCitizen Day coming April 27th! We explore the concept of Citizen Science...
How to Help Areas impacted by Hurricane Michael Serving up free food at Jarheads BBQ in Port St. Joe.  Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe Area
In this episode, we meet a family that made the decision for their teenager to switch from a college degree program to a welding program. We also look at how certifications can also create new opportunities for further...
Not only does north Florida have some of the best beaches in the country, but it's also some of the best natural beach habitat for shorebirds. We hit up several locations in search of threatened and migratory...
In this episode we explore memories of Smokey Hollow-- an African American Community in Tallahassee built after the Civil War. Plus, a local chapter of the Society of Creative Anachronism take us back to the Middle Ages for a...

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