We explore habitats in the Red Hills of Florida and Georgia, and the many butterflies that call them home, including the rare Golden-Banded Skipper.
Archaeology, Paleontology, History, and Indigenous CulturesEcoAdventuresKayak and Canoe AdventuresRivers and StreamsThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
The Aucilla River’s black waters hide archeological treasures, having served Floridians for thousands of years. It’s also a challenging kayak & canoe trail.
EcoAdventuresPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PineThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
The Florida Native Plant Society’s Magnolia Chapter worked to create and manage this preserve. They strive to protect our area’s rare and beautiful plants.
EcoAdventuresFarms and AgricultureThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
We visit two Gadsden Co. farms with contrasting takes on organic growing, and a farm to table restaurant that buys Red Hills Small Farm Alliance products.
EcoAdventuresKayak and Canoe AdventuresLakesThe Red Hills of Florida & Georgia
We go kayaking, hiking, and standup paddleboarding to learn how the Red Hills protects the Tallahassee area’s drinking water.