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Florida House Unanimously Approves Bill to Elevate Career Education

Learn about the $250,000 grant from NOAA to Tampa Bay, empowering small businesses to tackle climate change.

Building Community through Farming: Joe Dalessio of Meacham Urban Farm

Small farming, education and community with Joe Dalessio of Meacham Urban Farm

26 Essays On Walking. Vote For Our Planet.

Ways Of Walking – Edited by Ann de Forest Ways of Walking brings together 26 writers who reflect on walks they have taken and what they have discovered along the way. Some walk across forbidden...
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Florida House passes energy changes, eliminating some greenhouse gas regulations and preventing offshore wind energy

The bill would ban building or operating offshore wind turbines in Florida-controlled waters and on property within one mile of coastlines.
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Tampa Bay area receives a $250,000 grant from NOAA to combat climate change

Learn about the $250,000 grant from NOAA to Tampa Bay, empowering small businesses to tackle climate change.
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The Scoop: Tues. February 27, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Sarasota Police The Sarasota Police Department is actively investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred yesterday morning near the Ringling Museum. Measles in Polk County Measles confirmed in Polk County, first adult case in Florida this...
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The Scoop: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

The Senate Education Appropriations Committee approved a bill requiring teaching about the history of communism in Florida's public schools.
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The Scoop: Tuesday, February 20, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

   Florida elections bill The Florida House recently introduced a significant elections bill that includes several key provisions. Teaching kids about communism A bill in the Florida legislature, which mandates the history of communism in...
St. Petersburg, Florida

Shoreline and Spring restoration with Tom Ries

Sustainable Living hosts Tanja Vidovic and Anni Ellis spoke with local environmentalist Tom Ries, a nationally known ecologist with more than 40 years of experience restoring natural systems in the SE.
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The Scoop: ,Mon., February 19, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Florida wetlands oversight A federal judge has invalidated Florida’s existing oversight of wetland permitting impacts on imperiled species Election registration deadline The deadline to register to vote or switch party affiliations ahead of Florida’s Presidential...
Florida Wildlife Corridor

Florida lawmakers support tying gambling money to the environment

Legislative leaders have agreed to use hundreds of millions of dollars in gambling money to help pay for environmental projects.
Florida wetlands

A Judge says the shift from EPA to Florida in permitting wetlands impacts violates the Endangered Species Act

A judge ruled that federal officials did not follow required steps when shifting permitting authority to Florida for projects impacting wetlands

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