The Friendly Snake

Natural Wakulla by Les Harrison The warmer weather’s return has many residents of Wakulla County believing the winter of 2017/18 is done, and it might be.  The nightly ruckus of toads and frogs staking out their territory becomes… Read More

Caught Redheaded! Woodpeckers Dine and Dash

Pileated Woodpecker

by Les Harrison A clue, by inference, directs the viewer to a conclusion. The deduction which is based on the exhibited evidence may provide some insight into an activity occurring at some point in the past. No matter… Read More

Garden and Soil Preparations For The Spring

By Les Harrison The month of February 2018 has seen a warming trend, at least when compared to January 2018. Still, it is winter in north Florida and only the hardiest of vegetables are growing as the thermometer… Read More

Wild Radish In Bloom During Winter

Wild Radish

By Les Harrison The natural tri-colors of Wakulla County’s winter are vividly on display now. The muted tones of green, tan and brown represent the evergreens and the deciduous species. The rainbow shades of brilliant spring hues will… Read More

Even Under Frost, Some Wakulla Weeds Still Bloom

The winters in Wakulla County are always (relatively) pleasant especially when they are compared to the remainder of the country. While ice-age conditions may be inflicting a polar environment on the remainder of the country, here in North… Read More

Free Tax Prep Assistance Available

Photo of sample free tax prep forms

Tax season has officially begun, and the UF/IFAS Extension Service is offering free tax prep assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program beginning this month in Wakulla and Franklin Counties. There are five tax preparation days… Read More