The Texas company that stirred controversy by applying to drill for oil in Florida panther habitat was doing more with one of its wells than what its state permit allowed.
Oyster shells from Anise Gastro Global Bar, once destined for a landfill, have gone back underwater to provide homes for new oysters. • The bar also put up a vertical garden earlier this month. • At Moxies Cafe, a spoon-washing station, its water constantly running, is gone. Now baristas use a …
RIVERVIEW — Jimmy Doane did a doubletake the first time he saw the giant lizard ambling nearby.
Two months after they postponed a decision to regulate the harvest of one of Florida's ugliest sea creatures, state wildlife commissioners voted Wednesday to limit how many sea cucumbers can be collected.
LAKE MARY — After a bear mauled a woman in the driveway of her suburban Central Florida home, wildlife officials said Monday that they had killed five of the animals, who have become dangerously accustomed to humans.
With the legislative session more than half over, lawmakers in the House and Senate remain at odds over what to do — if anything — to fix Florida's ailing springs.
Volunteers worked to clean up Tampa Bay during the "Dive Against Debris" cleanup event sponsored by the Tampa Bay Green Consortium in support of Great American Cleanup 2014 at Ballast Point Park and Pier on Saturday in Tampa.
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Cypress trees and Spanish moss are reflected in the waters of a cypress dome in Lake Frances Nature Preserve at Odessa, where an event Friday marked the 25th anniversary of the Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program. ELAPP is a taxpayer funded conservation program in …
Barefoot, of course, the man who has for two decades told us which beach is best stood on the soft white sands of Fort De Soto Park and explained to five TV cameras how it all works.
"Scientifically," he told them.
The tall berms that hide rock mining in Hernando County, a government-imposed regulation, actually do the mines a big favor: Very few people see how bad they really are.