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The acoustic group performs “All Come In” in the WFSU Television Studio.
We explore the fun and heritage at the The Florida Folk Festival.
FSU’s Veterans Alliance Arrowhead and what it means for Student Veterans.
Learn about a new hobby that involves painting and hiding rocks around Tallahassee.
Habitat restoration at Deer Lake State Park highlights role of fire in a healthy watershed
We paddle the Upper Chipola River, where weather and fallen trees keep things interesting.
We kayak into the mysterious Tate's Hell swamp, a crucial part of the Apalachicola basin.
We kayak to several Wacissa River springs an unseasonably warm January Day.
A WFSU producer takes his son kayaking and camping on the Apalachicola River.
Local Routes is a half-hour television program that takes viewers on a weekly journey to explore authentic northwest Florida and south Georgia. From history, to the environment, to the fascinating and often hidden gems that make up our culture, Local Routes looks at where we’ve been, where we’re going, and the interesting people, places and things along the way.
Local Routes is a production of WFSU-TV. WFSU is located in Tallahassee, Florida.