Tallahassee’s Timberlane Ravine Trail through the seasons- trilliums, funky mushrooms, hearts a bustin’, and the beauty of dead trees.
The Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
Kayak and Canoe AdventuresLakesThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
We check out the Lafayette Passage Paddling Trail, kayaking Tallahassee’s swampiest lake: Lower Lake Lafayette.
Floridan Aquifer: Springs, Sinks, and MoreLakesThe Red Hills of Florida & GeorgiaWaterways Big and Small
Lake Jackson has gone *mostly* dry. Why and how often does it do this, and what happens to the fish? We have answers.
Farms and AgricultureIn the GardenThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
Turkey Hill Farm and the UF/ IFAS Leon County Extension share how they build healthy soil with compost in Tallahassee, Florida.
In the GardenThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
We dig holes with the UF/IFAS Leon County Extension, learning about the soils of Tallahassee, from the Red Hills to the sandhills.
Plants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PinePollinators and GardeningThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
On a quarter-mile stretch of power line cut at Elinor Klapp-Phipps Park, we see over thirty pollinator species, including the rare golden-banded skipper.
Pollinators and GardeningThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
During the Great Georgia Pollinator Census, citizen scientists learned about insect diversity in gardens, and about the plants that best create habitat.
Plants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PineThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
We look at the role of the southern live oak in Tallahassee’s urban forest, where the tree’s value goes far beyond the ecological.
HistoryPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PineThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
Tallahassee loves its live oaks, and has a history of fighting to preserve them. We look at our history with this iconic southern tree.
Floridan Aquifer: Springs, Sinks, and MoreLakesSwamps and other WetlandsThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
At Fred George Basin Greenway, geologist Harley Means takes us to two sinkholes that may one day become one of the Red Hills’ sinkhole lakes.