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We’ve found five rides off the beaten path, from urban to rural, inland to coastal, that offer variety in scenery and skill level.
This year’s workshop, themed “Roots of Sustainability,” will be held virtually.
Sarasota County commissioners approved the purchase of 228 acres in Old Miakka.
Central Florida's springs might feel a little chillier than usual this time of year, but they're still an amazing destination.
Up to Bat
Peek into local bat life at the Venice Audubon Society and Rookery.
The land is a critical link between Sarasota County’s Old Miakka Preserve and the Conservation Foundation’s Tatum Sawgrass Scrub Preserve.
Elevated levels of red tide have been detected at most Sarasota County beaches.
The Quad Parcels project will create a new habitat to attract more birds and provide additional public opportunities for birding and wildlife viewing.
From the Editor
If this sounds far-fetched, remember that corporations have been given rights and legal personhood.
The turtles had been hospitalized after being recovered from pools.
Manatee County has approved injecting it deep into the aquifer. The public can weigh in on Oct. 6.
The new collaborative aims to help more neighborhoods upgrade their ponds, more effectively remove red-tide causing nutrients, and cost-share the improvements.
North and South Sarasota County parks and beaches will have community cleanup events on Saturday, Sept. 18, from 8-10 a.m.
Things to Do
A new production at Manatee Performing Arts Center, an opera movie screens, art museum talk and butterfly lore.
Harmful algal blooms have diminished near Siesta, Lido and Longboat Keys, but are still present in Venice and south Sarasota.
Three climate factors will keep this an active peak season.
Fred is expected to stengthen into a tropical storm in the next day or so.
Florida's only natural warm spring is free for all Sarasota County residents from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Bird's Eye View
Global pioneer in forest canopy ecology, author and speaker Meg Lowman, aka "Canopy Meg," will be talking about her new memoir, "The Arbornaut," next week.
The popular group has more than 8,000 members on Facebook.