Environment

boat on Apalachicola Bay
Jessica Palombo / WFSU News

North Florida’s famous Apalachicola oysters are still under harvest limits. The crop has been devastated in recent years due to low water flow, and high salinity levels.

The Florida Black Bear
Southwest Florida Water Management District

Florida’s Wildlife Commission will decide in June how to manage future bear hunts. Last year, the state held its first hunt in more than 30 years, with more than 300 bears killed.

Daniel Arndt

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission has completed a years-long count of the state’s black bear population. Director of Habitat and Species Conservation, Thomas Eason says the population has grown by about 60-percent state-wide since the agency’s last estimates.

Tallahassee Kicks Off Sustainability Conference

Mar 22, 2016
Stephen Nakatani/ flickr / https://www.flickr.com/photos/snakphotography/5037094847/

Community leaders, researchers and business owners are converging on Tallahassee this week for a conference on sustainable living.

Kate Payne/ WFSU

Environmental activists are sounding the alarm as a fracking bill continues to move through the Florida Legislature. Hundreds flocked to the Old Capitol Wednesday to raise their voices in protest.

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