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In The Garden: Growing Pineapples in the Sub Tropics
Here on the Treasure Coast pineapple production has had a long and not always happy history. Back in the late 19th and early 20th centuries pineapple plantations on the Treasure[…]
Bunny Rabbits: Pearl & Elliot’s Rescue
Several weeks after Hurricane Irma, a lady in the neighborhood, Tina, saw these two rabbits out like this. She posted a notice on the Next Door app to see if[…]
Halpatiokee Buffer Preserve February, 2017
This isn’t just about destroying beauty, as though that isn’t enough of a crime. There is so much more to this land than that. I am not the writer to tell you about all of the important ecosystems at work on this amazing piece of land, though I suggest you read about them for yourself. The telling requires the expertise of a River Keeper, a Native Plant enthusiast, an Audubon Naturalist, a Florida Park Ranger, a Botanist, a Zoologist, and an expert in the Science of Whole Systems Relationships.
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