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United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow 2021

Nov 02, 2021 No Comments by

Monica Starr November 2021 Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. Monica is a graduate student at the University of South Florida studying Global Sustainability. This past weekend, the UN kicked off the 2021 Climate Change Conference hosted by the United Kingdom in partnership with […]

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California Oil Spill: Who is to Blame?

Oct 26, 2021 No Comments by

An Ecology Florida Feature by Monica Starr Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. Monica is a graduate student at the University of South Florida studying Global Sustainability. October 2021 At the beginning of the month, thousands of gallons of oil was discovered to have […]

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Blue Carbon: Tools for Battling Climate Change

Oct 09, 2021 No Comments by

Blue Carbon: the importance of salt marshes, mangrove forests and seagrass meadows as tools for battling climate change An Ecology Florida Feature by Monica Starr This article is the first of a three part series for October 2021 Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. […]

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Songbird Plague: Is Florida Next?

Aug 05, 2021 1 Comment

by Dell deChant Special Report to Ecology Florida News How are the songbirds doing in your community? Although not widely reported, birds are dying at an alarming rate along the eastern seaboard.  The cause of the plague is not known.  Ecology Florida News is asking readers to report on the status of birds in and […]

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There Is No Once and For All Only More Once Agains

May 08, 2021 No Comments

by Dell deChant It is amusing in a grim Greek-tragic sort of way hearing Florida’s Governor and other public officials boast about ending the environmental threat of the Piney Point gypsum stack – once and for all. Those were the exact words of Noah Valenstein, Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection, on April 13, […]

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Guest Column: Why Farmers Markets are Safer and More Convenient than Grocery Stores

Sep 08, 2020 Comments Off on Guest Column: Why Farmers Markets are Safer and More Convenient than Grocery Stores

BY JESSE HASKINS • AGRICULTURE LAW Buying groceries at a grocery store right now can be downright scary. Vulnerable groups, like the elderly, have good reason to be scared. Grocery stores have drawn especially large crowds, which may consist of people infected with the coronavirus. And grocery stores have plenty of potentially contaminated surface: grocery carts, tongs, self-serve […]

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Loquat News No. 40 – July 2020

Jun 30, 2020 No Comments

Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit No. 40 July 6, 2020 Published by Ecology Florida and Friendship Farms & Fare https://www.ecologyflorida.org/ Here is Your Summer issue of the Florida Loquat News 2020 Annual Loquat Festival Postponed See inside for update on plans for the rest of the year, […]

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Florida Loquat News #35 – July 2019

Jun 12, 2019 No Comments

Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit No. 35 July 1, 2019 Published by Ecology Florida and Friendship Farms & Fare https://www.ecologyflorida.org/ Find the Florida Loquat Festival on Facebook Here is Your Post-Festival issue of the Florida Loquat News 2019 Annual Loquat Festival Tremendous Success Largest Attendance in Festival […]

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Florida Loquat News #33 – March 2019

Mar 06, 2019 No Comments

The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 33 March 8, 2019 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Here Comes the Festival! Sixth Annual Florida Loquat Festival March 23, 2019 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Frances Avenue Park New Port Richey Mark Your Calendars The sixth annual Florida Loquat […]

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Florida Loquat News #32 – February 2019

Feb 07, 2019 No Comments

2019 Florida Loquat News The Newsletter of The Florida Loquat Festival No. 32 February 10, 2019 Celebrating Florida’s Urban Fruit An Ecology Florida/Friendship Farms & Fare Annual Event Sixth Annual Florida Loquat Festival March 23, 2019 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Frances Avenue Park New Port Richey Mark Your Calendars Loquat grove laden with flowers […]

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