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The funding will help fund the creation of a new Nature Interpreter position and program.
Free & Freeish
From birdwatching to outdoor yoga to hiking, biking and swimming, there's an activity for every outdoor enthusiast.
Biden has just approved the largest number of Gulf drilling leases in history.
A Sailing Sisterhood
“Isn’t this great? All these crazy women out playing?”
The Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is hosting a pair of bird count events for kids ages 5-10 in December.
Jeanne Dubi has been awarded a Charles H. Callison Award, which is only given out to two people every year.
Thomas Koet, Karen Fralich and Dan Belcher took home the big prizes this year.
Q & A
You can hear Hughes-Cromwick's views at the Climate Adaptation Center's Nov. 19 Florida Climate Forecast Conference.
Save the Sea Cow
November is Manatee Awareness Month. Here are some tips for celebrating and protecting our gentle giants.
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.