The Story of Science and Me: Using Video to Share Scientist Journeys
TESI workshop helps young, underrepresented professionals produce short videos about their scientific journeys.
Long Live the Longleaf Pine
Remaining longleaf pine ecosystems now exist solely in clustered pockets, scattered across their ancient empire, a shadow of their former selves.
Keeping Cows Cool in a Changing Climate
As global temperatures remain on the rise it’s becoming increasingly important to safeguard the wellbeing of our livestock.
Audrey Peterman’s Earth Day Keynote — Love to Exposure to Action: Mobilizing Advocates for our Earth
Peterman spoke of change, conservation and the mischaracterized history of preserving outdoor spaces in the United States.
TESI Grant Recipient Jacqueline Aenlle on her Podcast: From Urban to Ag
‘It was a great first experience in working with grant money, and I’d encourage anyone to apply for the grant as well.’
Lianne D’Arcy’s Time at TESI
This internship has allowed me to combine my love for the environment with my passion for communications alongside a truly talented team of professionals.
Planning and Development
Several bills have been introduced this session to help plan for the future, balancing with the health of our state’s natural resources and landscapes.
VIDEO: Prescribed Fire in Florida — What is it & why is it important?
In the U.S., Florida is one of the states that performs the most prescribed burns.
Planning for New $3 Million Everglades Restoration Project Underway
Meanwhile, wading birds are returning to historic nesting sites in the Everglades, but in lower numbers.