Clams are back in Tampa Bay, and that’s good news; other shellfish are also flourishing, both naturally and through aquaculture.
The death was caused by a boat strike; there are fewer than 400 North Atlantic Right Whales left on earth.
Our coastal waters need protection. The new Friends of Tampa Bay Aquatic Preserves, Inc., aims to do just that.
In 2020, the environment took some hits, but it was probably the only space that welcomed world-wide shutdowns.
The first Thanksgiving was in Massachusetts, right? Not so fast, say some Florida historians.
The Gabber looks at the history of Halloween – from turnip Jack-o’-lanterns to bonfires and costumes – and a few local hauntings
Native longleaf pine, the largest southern yellow pine, was used for everything from buildings to great ships; now the habitats are being restored.
If you like birds, butterflies and cleaner waterways, there’s a lot to be said for going native with your landscaping.
The Nature Coast Aquatic Preserve creates one of the world’s largest contiguous seagrass meadows, protecting 400,000 acres of habitat.
The proposed free-floating fish farm off the coast of Sarasota was squelched by the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, August 3