We go inside this annual Career Expo and see how it helps students find future careers.
Deerlake Middle School puts WFSU’s Tasha Weinstein in the shoes of a principal.
This is the story of a sailor killed at Pearl Harbor who has finally been laid to rest.
Apalachee Audubon Society is enhancing pollinator habitat at Lake Elberta to help birds.
Lake Elberta attracts a wealth of birds, from wood storks to migratory ducks and birds.
WFSU’s Mike Plummer meets up with the Big Bend Bushwhackers to see Cowboy Action Shooting.
We visit the L. Kirk Edwards Wildlife and Environmental Area with FWC's Peter Kleinhenz.
From tiny caterpillars to full grown adults, we observe the Black Swallowtail butterfly.
Adventures with striped newts in the Apalachicola National Forest.
We go into the forests and swamps of the St. Mark's Wildlife Refuge
A program to clean up debris and trash after Hurricane Michael draws in Volunteers
Months after Hurricane Michael, Mexico Beach area neighbors are helping one another.
WFSU’s Mike Plummer visits Blountstown to see they’re response to Hurricane Michael.
WFSU’s Mike Plummer visits Blountstown to see how people pulled together following Hurric
College education versus trade school…see how that discussion played out in one family.
Finding the connection between tupelo trees and the Apalachicola Bay.
We visit an animal that has been on exhibit at the Tallahassee Museum for decades.
We head to St. Joseph Peninsula, dubbed the snowy plover factory by biologists.
We watch two snowy plover chicks get banded at Deer Lake State Park.