So what now? What lies ahead for the seafood industry in the Florida Panhandle? Well I will start by saying I do not have a crystal ball… so I truly do not know, but most people plan… Read More
Category: Health & Nutrition
Shrimp… nothing says seafood along the Gulf coast like shrimp. It has been a staple part of our diet for decades; boiled, fried, steamed, stuffed, shish-kabobbed, As Forrest Gump said there are a million ways to cook shrimp… Read More
While directing the Marine Science Academy for the Escambia County School District I had students conduct small, informal, surveys targeting the popularity of seafood with students, parents, and the community. The purpose of these surveys was to kick… Read More
SAVE THE DATE! August 30th from 11 a.m. till 5 p.m. Participants will learn about the current issues facing honeybees and available solutions and why they should first consider the well-being of the honeybee when engaging in beekeeping… Read More
Gulf Stone Crab Photo credit FWC The commercial and recreation stone crab season has opened! Now is the time to enjoy local stone crab claws. Whether you catch them yourself or buy from a local seafood market, the… Read More
The Florida Department of Health in Franklin County urges pregnant women to receive the flu vaccination due to the increased impact that influenza infections are having on pregnant women and their babies in Florida this year.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: DOH- Franklin December 31, 2013 (850) 653 – 2111 Florida Department of Health in Franklin County Encourages Pregnant Women to Receive Flu Vaccination Tallahassee – The Florida Department of Health in… Read More