Climate change has left a mark on the Apalachicola watershed. We look at how habitat restoration and land purchases might make the region more resilient.
FWC suspects that fish kills on the Apalachicola River are connected to a sewage spill in Wewahitchka. Fish kills are also common following hurricanes.
Apalachicola River and BayRivers and StreamsSwamps and other WetlandsWaterways Big and Small
We venture into floodplain swamps with the new Apalachicola Riverkeeper, mucking around to find the connection between tupelo trees and Apalachicola Bay.
EcoAdventuresKayak and Canoe AdventuresOyster Reef Ecology | On the ReefSalt Marsh Ecology | In the Grass
At Bald Point State State Park, we kayak by fishermen, oystermen, migratory ducks, and monarch butterflies- some of the best of natural north Florida.
Apalachicola River and BayEcoAdventuresKayak and Canoe AdventuresRivers and Streams
In Part 1 (of 2) of RiverTrek 2012, eleven paddlers head down the Apalachicola River. Within the first two days, they find themselves climbing down into caves and scaling bluffs as they get to know the area around the river as well.