Saturday, March 28, 2020
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...
In this episode, we are based at the Fred George Greenway and park on the Northwest side of Tallahassee, butt get ready to head out on several EcoAdventures to explore some unique local habitats. From a wood stork rookery...
In this special Retro Local episode of Local Routes, we explore the history of the Smokey Hollow community as well as the FAMU Hospital and look at their ties to hot topic issues like development and civil rights....
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...