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The Apalachicola wild oyster industry has suffered a range of challenges in recent years. T.J. Ward, Tommy Ward and their family have pivoted to oyster farming. And now Hurricane Michael. The family’s bottom oyster leases are likely buried under silt, whatever oysters remain suffocated. Their 13 Mile Oyster House was completely destroyed by the hurricane, their shrimp business and retail seafood shop temporarily shut down while they clean out. But what about the more than half a million farmed oysters they are raising? Did the hurricane kill them and spread their high-tech equipment across the bay?
The Buccaneers lose to the Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
A new retrospective on the artist’s work is on display at Tampa Museum of Art.
Hurricane Michael is the third-most powerful storm to ever hit Florida.
The Tampa Bay Times has a seat in a Florida Waters Stewardship Program, a seven-week course that aims to teach residents how to do their part. Follow along as we move in and out of the classroom and travel around the region to show you our world and what’s at stake.
The Buccaneers lose to the Bears on the road at Soldier Field in Chicago.