Wednesday, January 20, 2021
We visit one of the endangered Red Wolf puppies born four years ago at the Tallahassee Museum and meet his new girlfriend. Plus, we get up early to check out some Shorebirds enjoying the sunrise on the Gulf...
As we continue our exploration of the human relationship to nature, we look a the goal of conservation. Also, we examine how Franklin county officials are looking at nature to solve problems with coastal erosion.
In this episode, we kick of the sixth season of Local Routes with an exploration of the human relationship with nature and a preview of the upcoming PBS program, Age of Nature. We look at...
Mike Plummer discovers the story of a family bond while seeking to find out why his co-worker's 90-year-old grandfather jumped out of a plane.
Do you know what happens when you try to put the best moments and stories from of 87 episodes into one 30-minute program? You can't. We needed to extend this special presentation to a full hour to fit in...
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...
April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, this week's episode celebrates our local environment. We travel to the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravine Preserve, take a road trip along Florida's Forgotten Coast, and discover how to create...
In this episode, we explore non-traditional careers for women and efforts to preserve historic public squares in Apalachicola.
Roots, wings, and water are the source of some of our amazing stories in this episode of Local Routes. First we take off in some World War II aircraft to explore history high above our local community. Plus, we...
In this episode of Local Routes, we learn more about the role of Live Oak trees in urban environments. Plus, we explore educational opportunities beyond High school which is known as secondary attainment. We talk with the leaders of...