Falls has arrived!
Fall is right around the corner and summer is slowly fading away. The not-so-hot, cooler weather flowing into our towns, late walks after work with the family, scary movies before we go to bed, and the special gatherings ... READ MORE
The Geomatics Student Association designed and produced the Fox Squirrel Corn Maze in Plant City.
Katie Britt: This project I've worked on for about the last four years with our Plant City students and now this ... READ MORE
Each fall, Floridians are suddenly "wowed" by the sight of golden raintrees blooming along the roadsides. Vivid yellow flowers are followed by equally distinctive pink or peach-colored "paper lanterns."
(More on those "paper lanterns" ... READ MORE
Fall brings about sunshine, crisp fresh air, sweet aromas, bright colors, shorter days and eating more. Yes, eating more. Research shows that people show a marked seasonal rhythm with increased total caloric consumption, especially from carbohydrates, ... READ MORE
When you hear the word "Fall"….What is the first color that comes to mind? What food?
“Orange and pumpkins?” “Red and apples? Think of all fruits and vegetables orange and red - apples, carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, acorn and butternut ... READ MORE
Yes, it's been raining buckets all summer. Hopefully your sprinklers have gotten a good rest... BUT... when the fall "dry season" arrives in central FL, are your sprinklers ready to put water where it's needed, when ... READ MORE
Some years it seems like the leaves never really change color in North Florida and then there are other years where they are a rainbow of color. Why is that? It really has to do with a combination of factors that include the quantity of sunlight, ... READ MORE
Growing up in the northeast, autumn was the time to be outside. Crisp mornings and warm afternoons meant that the trees were ablaze with yellows, reds, orange, and purple. It was truly magical and honestly one of things I miss living in Florida ... READ MORE