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...
We meet a musician named Haiqiong Deng, who was born in Northwest China, but now calls North Florida her home. She says the traditional Chinese music she performs is shaped the nature she finds in her own backyard. Plus,...
WFSU explores several activities you can do that allow you to social distance. A family hike to a high point over the Apalachicola River, an exploration of St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge where the lighthouse is now shining again...
In this episode, we take our cameras where few people get to go on their own. First to a business in Gadsden County that has a license to cultivate and process medical marijuana. We also the wild habitat...
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...
We dig into the past in this episode. First with archaeologists at a site in the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge as they try to solve a mystery. Then, we explore the culture shared at the annual Tama...
In this episode, we explore the history of cracker cattle in Florida, go behind the scenes of a new film called the Great Florida Cattle Drive: Unbroken Circles, which is about these animals and the culture that surrounds...
In this episode, we take a journey through food! We look at how the local Fruit and Nut Exchange helps home gardeners share their extra backyard bounty with the community. Plus, we explore how the science of gardening helps...
We begin the first of our three part series about the Red Hills of our viewing area. In part one of “Roaming the Red Hills” we witness one of our area's oldest traditions. Plus, while the Tallahassee...
This week we enjoy a “Throwback Thursday” episode. Not only do we explore the Apalachicola River with a 4-year-old, but we also try out that southern specialty: The Boiled Peanut. Plus, we have a new photo challenge for parents...

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