Meet our newest contributor! Liesel Hamilton is a PhD student at Florida State University, studying creative writing and ecocriticism.
Ecology in Art & Literature
FSU PhD candidate in Art Education Chris Omni creates a piece for LeMoyne Arts as part of her research into Black Joy in Green Spaces.
After thirty years, Bruce Means’ final adventure in the tepuis of the Guyana Highlands lands him a Nat Geo documentary and cover story.
Ecology in Art & LiteratureFlorida's CoastsWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
Susan Cerulean’s New Book: I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird
We go to Bald Point to talk to Susan Cerulean about her new book, a reflection on her father’s dementia, and on the loss of shorebirds and their habitat.
Chris Thompson is carving his heritage onto shells, giving insights into the traditions, lore, and connection to nature of the Muscogee people.
Ecology in Art & LiteratureFarms and AgricultureHistoryThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
Eluster Richardson | Painting Life on a Red Hills Tenant Farm
Eluster Richardson recreates scenes from his childhood, as he paints watercolors of tenant farm life for the Jones Tenant House Exhibit at Tall Timbers.
EcoAdventuresEcology in Art & LiteratureHistoryLakesThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
Cycling Monticello’s Historic Canopy Roads
We cycle down canopy roads through historically black communities in Monticello. Dr. Flossie Byrd recounts the invaluable education she received there.
Apalachicola River and BayEcoAdventuresEcology in Art & LiteratureRivers and Streams
Jim McClellan’s “Life Along the Apalachicola River”
We head into the swampland surrounding the Apalachicola River for a glimpse at a culture rooted in generations of hunting and fishing.
We didn’t intend to shoot A Midsummer Night’s Dream out of season, but we should have. Also, Henslow’s sparrows, toothache grass, marsh marxists & more.
Apalachicola River and BayEcoAdventuresEcology in Art & LiteratureWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
Bird Watching & Nature Writing: Susan Cerulean at Bald Point
We go to Bald Point with author Susan Cerulean to view migratory shorebirds. We discuss nature writing and the Forgotten Coast’s barrier islands.