The world-wide theme for Earth day in 2022 is "Invest in the Planet". Our first story explores how a local couple are working to create a oyster farm that is good for business as well as good for the...
Local biologist and legend Bruce Means shares his latest adventure in the tepuis (table top mountains) of Guyana and talks about his Nat Geo documentary and cover story. Plus, we take a hike on the Garden of Eden trail...
First we experience a virtual reality world that also physically moves like a roller coaster. Then we head into the woods with a charismatic adventurer named Dr. Bruce Means. He shows us why Salamanders are cool (and sometimes...
We meet two retired elephants who are calling the Elephant Refuge North America in south Georgia their home. We also kayak through Lower Lake Lafayette in a fun EcoAdventure. Plus, we meet a new contributor to our WFSU Ecology...
Plan your spring garden while making sure you native bees will love it! Not only are the flowers bee friendly, but they are pretty too. We'll even show you how you can get free seed packets to add some...
In honor of Veterans day, we celebrate and remember the many people who have served in America's Armed forces. We remember Navy Seaman Earl Paul Baum who died at the very start of World War II, but it...
Alpacas, medical marijuana, and more! This episode explores how outside-the-box business ideas have taken some local business owners down some unusual and creative paths. Businesses include Trulieve, Maise Daze Fleecery, and Artists Helping Artists.
This episode focuses on efforts to preserving the local environment, art, and history for the next generation. We go on an EcoAdventure to the Apalachicola Lowlands Preserve and learn more about family of conservationists who maintain its 80 acres. Plus,...
The lead story in this episode is about the new LeMoyne Arts Exhibit, "Women Among Us: Portraits in Strength," but the entire episode features stories about amazing people in our community. "Women Among Us" The...
Discover the stories in this episode of Local Routes. With a focus on the hundreds of native bees in our region, we look a the varieties, the best habitats, and beekeepers, as well as the citizen science underway to discover the many other types of pollinators.