Join us as we get an up close look at the structure of the homes built by the ants of the Apalachicola National Forest, discover the art and history of an iconic Florida Souvenir, check out the secrets of...
In this episode, we see how Mundi the elephant is doing at a refuge in Attipulgus, Georgia. We hear the "purrs" of Buddha the panther at the Tallahassee Museum. Plus we see how a man losing his sight still...
Archaeologists don't always dig in the dirt, sometimes they have to dig underwater! We dive into a quest to discover history. Afterwards, Local Routes Producer Rob Diaz de Villegas talks about working on stories about our local...
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 learn about a special program that uses therapeutic horsemanship to heal relationships. Plus, interesting research can be discovered within the lives of tiny creatures. Join us as our salamander exploration continues. Plus, history told...
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...
In this episode we explore the fascinating connection between the network of waterways in the North Florida that exist above and below the ground. Plus, WFSU's Charles Renaud steps on the gas at local race track in Monticello....
We explore a SciGirls computer coding summer camp for girls that's put on by the National High Magnetic Field Lab and WFSU, We also look at a local gaming competition that brings people together. Plus, we check...
There is music in the air as we explore Birdsong Nature Center in Southern Georgia in this week's Local Routes. Plus, model railroading is more than just running a train on some tracks. We check out the details of...
Join us as we travel to the heart of Tallahassee to explore the history behind some local landmarks, Lake Ella’s stone cottages. Then, we reflect on a bright light from WFSU’s past, Miss Nancy’s Store. This children’s show predates...

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