Category: Natural Resources

Staying Ahead of the Invasive Species Wave with EDRR Training

close up of coral ardisia leaves.

Even the best prevention efforts cannot stop all invasive species but Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) is a critical second defense against the establishment of new invasive species populations. EDRR increases the likelihood that localized invasive populations will… Read More

Living with Florida Black Bears

Bear crossing sign adjacent to a highway in Ocala, FL

Florida black bears, Ursus americanus floridanus, currently inhabit 45% of their historic range but bear sightings are on the rise. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) estimates there is currently a robust bear population with at least 4,050 bears… Read More

Earth Day Celebration Suggestions: Consider Long-Term Impact of Celebration

Photo of churning waters by Bora Burri on Unsplash, https://unsplash.com/photos/Hk91ys8MI0I

Earth Day, held annually on April 22nd, creates a surge of interest in living “green” or in an environmentally friendly way. Below, I’ve shared some Earth Day celebration suggestions which help our local environment in the long-term. Stormwater Management for… Read More