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If you went to summer camp, you remember the smell of sunscreen and bug spray, the taste of your mom's packed lunch, or the responsibility of having money to buy your own. You would feel the hot sun on your skin and beg to go to the waterfront. ... READ MORE
Experts agree that when children get about 60 minutes of movement a day, they enjoy improved physical and mental health and academic performance. Unfortunately, the latest statistics show most kids in the United States get nowhere near that ... READ MORE
The first tool is you.
Florida has already seen multiple tornadoes, thunderstorms, and periods of high winds with heavy downpours of rain and hail. Have prepared hurricane and first aid kit ready to grab and know your safe place where all family ... READ MORE
The best way to tell them apart, other than the time of year that they bloom are the shape of their phylloclades or leaf segments. If the plant has broad, thin leaves that have three points on each side, you are looking at a Thanksgiving cactus.
The ... READ MORE
Substance abuse has long been regarded by health officials, community leaders, educators, and parents alike as one of the most important problems facing this country. With over half a million deaths per year attributed to smoking, alcohol, and ... READ MORE
The Nature Coast Currents webinar series aims to communicate and catalog research happening along Florida's Nature Coast. In 2022-2023, the series focuses especially along the southern portion encompassed by the Nature ... READ MORE
Please join us on Friday January 20, 2023, at the Rose Head Park Pavilion, 525 S. Jefferson St., Perry, FL for the Annual Tree Seedling Give Away, in celebration of Florida’s Arbor Day. In 1970, President Richard Nixon proclaimed National ... READ MORE
A new year often signifies a fresh start for many people. For some, this means setting health goals, such as losing weight, following a healthier diet, and starting an exercise routine.
However, more often than not, the health and wellness ... READ MORE
First, don’t panic. Second, do NOTHING right now. Yes there is a lot of brown, wilted, soggy leaves, and stems. It’s natural for us to react by getting out there and start to cut out the brown and even removing what you “think’ is dead.
Take ... READ MORE