Tell Me About: Microplastics
In the past few years, you might have heard the term microplastics in the news. Read to learn more about how microplastics can impact the health of oceans and humans.
Tell Me About: Brown Basilisk
What’s going on? Scientists and state agencies are asking Florida residents to keep an eye out for the brown basilisk, … Continued
Action of the Week: Eat in Season
Did you know each fruit and vegetable has a specific time of year that it is harvested? In-season produce is … Continued
Action of the Week: Connect with Nature Using 5 Apps
If you are interested in getting back into nature and learning more about the natural world, you’re in luck.
Arctic Exposed: What Greenland Can Tell Us About Water’s Future in a Changing World
Greenland’s ice is melting at an increasing rate, transforming previously ice-covered landscapes exposed and making way for new ecosystems to flourish.
Florida’s Environment: 13 Stories to Watch for February
To pair with the rest of our educational content in each Earth to Florida newsletter, we bring you monthly updates on statewide environmental news.
Tell Me About: Goldline Snakehead
The goldline snakehead, an invasive air-breathing fish, has been documented for the first time in the Gulf Coast region.
Action of the Week: Go Fossil Hunting
Florida’s river system and history of changing sea levels make it the perfect place to find both land and sea animal fossils!
Tell Me About: Urban Heat Island Effect in Florida
Have you ever driven through the rural roads of Florida with your windows down and noticed it becomes hotter as … Continued
Action of the Week: Rainwater Harvesting
Rainwater harvesting is a passive and economical way to help preserve our freshwater resources.