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.
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Jim and Tara’s Wood Stork Rookery | A Backyard Swamp Adventure
A married couple buys the swamp behind their house to manage it as a preserve. Among the ecological treasures here is a wood stork rookery.
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EcoCitizen Show | Seasons in South Tallahassee
We watch seasonal change in two Tallahassee locations, Lake Elberta (an urban park) and in the Munson Sandhills region of the Apalachicola National Forest.
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Lake Miccosukee Sinkhole Hike: Floridan Aquifer Exposed!
We see waterfalls and come face to face with the geologic forces that created Lake Miccosukee. Geologist Harley Means talks Red Hills sinkhole lakes.
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Into the Forest with Bruce Means and the Eastern Diamondback Rattler
We head into the Apalachicola National Forest with Dr. Bruce Means to talk about his favorite animal- the eastern diamondback rattlesnake.
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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.
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Sweetgrass Cheese Shop- Celebrating Farms of the Red Hills
Local farms in the Red Hills are part of an agricultural tradition dating back to the Apalachee. We go farm to table at Thomasville’s Sweetgrass Dairy.
After a mild winter, hunters worried that ducks wouldn’t migrate before the season ended. We go to scenic Lake Iamonia on the last day of the season…
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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.
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Lost Creek: Hiking an Ancient Forest
At Lost Creek Forest in Thomasville, families explore an old growth forest at the headwaters of the Aucilla, and learn how to make use of native plants.