Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Our awareness of Nature is growing. As we discover its role in our modern world and realize its true value, action is being taken to protect and restore it. This story is told by inspiring contributors who reveal the...
"I’m just frustrated by those who make me feel excluded,” says Dara Wilson. We’re sitting on the grass by Lake Jackson after exploring some of the taller vegetation at its edge. Dara is reflecting on Black Birders Week, which...
The Age of Nature is a PBS Program about the human relationship to nature, and fixing our past mistakes. Through a grant from PBS, we’re exploring that relationship along the Apalachicola River basin. We are here, actually,...
After the tide swallows the sand bar off of Bald Point, we walk over to the oyster reefs. A few foraging birds poke the sprinkling of oysters still above water; we end up counting seven oystercatchers. Susan Cerulean notices...
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.
WFSU Public Media explores "Rightfully Hers," an exhibit at the Florida Historic Capitol Museum about the history of the women's suffrage movement. Museum staff discuss the development of the exhibit and the stories behind the objects on display.
WFSU Ecology Producer Rob Diaz de Villegas and his family hike the Garden of Eden Trail through biologically and geologically unique steephead ravines, a recently burned longleaf forest, and up to Florida's highest river bluff. The Garden of...
WFSU is taking your family on an online, offline adventure with Florida KidCare WFSU Summer Challenge! Also sponsored by the John S. Knight Foundation’s Donor Advised Fund at the Community Foundation of North Florida, join WFSU and Community Classroom...
In this Local Routes segment, the historic St. Marks Lighthouse is lit for the first time by a lens in six years. Supervisory Refuge Ranger Robin Will discusses its history, and Nick Carlson makes a day trip down to...
We search the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve for north America's largest native snake. The Eastern indigo snake was once common in north Florida, but has all but disappeared from the panhandle. The Nature Conservancy's Apalachicola Bluffs...