Friday, April 16, 2021
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...
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.
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...
In this episode, we learn more about the history behind a mural created decades ago. Plus, we learn more about a new virtual museum designed to education kids about the heritage of the Muscogee Nation of Florida. ...
On this episode of Local Routes, our Ecology intern, Chloe Thompson, helps the Apalachee Audubon Society organize a cleanup of Lake Elberta. Thirty-seven volunteers picked up forty bags of trash on a wildlife-filled day. We also discover that composting can...
A small beaver becomes a viral video sensation when he's rescued from a local water treatment facility. We follow his rescue, rehab and release. Plus, we go exploring on the Aucilla Sinks trail and learn more about...
Highlights of what you'll find in the March 2021 episode of Local Routes. The focus is on how local arts groups have come up new ways to reach audiences during COVID.