Nokuse Plantation founder M.C. Davis had a vision for a 300-year mission: to restore 55,000 acres to native north Florida habitats.
Apalachicola River and BayLongleaf Pine & Fire EcologyPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf Pine
Biodiversity in the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines
We look at the many plants and animals- including a few rare ones- that make the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines a top biodiversity hotspot.
Apalachicola River and BayLongleaf Pine & Fire Ecology
Fire, Sand, and Water in the Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines
Habitat restoration in the Apalachicola Bluffs and ravines sends ripples throughout the whole river system, and preserves globally rare ecology and geology.
Apalachicola River and BayEcoAdventuresRaising Kids with Nature
Garden of Eden Trail | Family Hike to the Apalachicola River
Our family hikes the Garden of Eden Trail through steephead ravines, a recently burned longleaf forest, and up to Florida’s highest river bluff.
Apalachicola River and BayPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf Pine
Torreya State Park After Hurricane Michael | One Year Later
We visit Torreya State Park one year after Hurricane Michael. How does the loss of trees affect the unique ecosystems for which the park is known?
Apalachicola River and BayPlants- From Wildflowers to Longleaf PineSwamps and other WetlandsWildlife in North Florida- Critters Big and Small
Steephead Salamander Search, and the Apalachicola’s Ice Age Refugees
In a steephead ravine by the Apalachicola River, we look for the Apalachicola dusky salamander with Bruce Means. Here, we find a pocket of ice age Florida.