Saturday, August 15, 2020
For this Fork in the Road, Charles Renaud returns to Pecan Ridge Plantation in Southern Georgia to meet Eric Cohen and his Black Lab, Tate. Tate has been trained to hunt for truffles, a mushroom prized by chefs...
It’s another boiling-hot Friday in the Florida panhandle.  Driving into downtown Blountstown there’s a big blue tarp covering the roof of the historic county courthouse building that is supposed to house the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department. ...
Bruce Means and his fellow researchers at Florida State University have recently discovered that what was once considered a single species of salamander was at least five species. One of the new species is the Hillis's dwarf salamander,...
WFSU's Mike Plummer spends some time with the Seminole Radio Control Club. From planes, to helicopters to drones or multi-rotors, club president Jay Wiggins discusses the myriad choices available to today's aeronautical R-C hobbiest and other club members...
In 2019, the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension organized the first ever Great Georgia Pollinator Census. Citizen scientists from across the state counted pollinators such as butterflies, bees, wasps, and flies, and other insects (everything from praying mantises to...
The First Friday Gallery Hop at the Railroad Square Art Park in Tallahassee brings our community together to celebrate the local art and culture found in our area. Patrons can enjoy food trucks, open galleries, live music, and more....
In part 2 of Picking Up The Pieces we hear the accounts of Blountstown residents and friends and strangers from outside the area as they pulled together to help each other in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. See...
Tabitha Frazier created the Leon Fruit and Nut Exchange to enable home gardeners with extra produce to pay their food forward to people within their community who lack access to fresh food. Growers can register online at leonfruitandnutexhange.org to...
Small, rural towns like Altha, Bristol, Chipley, and Blountstown dot our Florida panhandle. While Hurricane Michael devastated better known locales like Panama City and Mexico Beach, those lesser known inland outposts also took a knockout punch. WFSU’s Mike Plummer...