Image by (Joenomias) Menno de Jong from Pixabay A new state law aims to create more electric car charging stations throughout the state of Florida in order to keep up with the demand of electric vehicles (EV), according to an article from Jacksonville Community Television (www.news.wjct.org). The law is sponsored by Republican Senator Tom Lee
View of the Sanibel Island Farmers Market, a weekly market held on Sundays located in the Sanibel city hall in Lee County, Florida, USA on January 26, 2020. Photo and Caption: EQRoy/Shutterstock.com Politics is a messy business. Many would prefer to stay out of it, but unfortunately, that’s not always possible. As Florida Governor Ron
Image by Ernie A. Stephens from Pixabay Ah, Lake Okeechobee. What would we Floridians do without you? Indeed, the lake is more important to Florida than most people think. Not only is it a natural gem but just the sight of it is enough to heal your soul during difficult times. You can also use
A knobby cactus coral. Photo: Tina Sotis/Shutterstock.com A species of coral reef has been bred in human care for the first time, a breakthrough that scientists in Florida say may help slow the decline of coral reef die-off. The ridged cactus coral reproduced for the first known time in a lab setting at the Florida
Air pollution in power plants in Florida, USA. Photo: Feng Cheng/Shutterstock.com The Lung Association’s annual air quality “report card” tracks Americans’ exposure to unhealthful levels of particle pollution and ozone during a three-year period. The report found that nearly half of all Americans were exposed to unhealthy air in 2016-2018. In Tampa, St. Petersburg, and
Tankers dump milk in a field in Okeechobee, Florida, USA on Thursday, April 2, 2020. Photo: www.lakeokeechobeenews.com/Larson Dairy, Inc. Caption taken from www.heraldtribune.com. There’s no use crying over spilled milk, but here in Florida, there is a reason to lament over all the milk being spilled due to the coronavirus. No thanks to store closures,
Beautiful orange groves of Florida on a sunny day. Photo: Jason Patrick Ross/Shutterstock.com If you’ve ever seen a Florida orange Juice commercial, you’ll know that Florida produces the best oranges and therefore, the best orange juice in the country. Year after year Florida provides America with the most of its orange juice. Freshly squeezed and
World-famous Apalachicola oysters from Apalachicola, Florida, USA. Photo: Clayton Harrison/Shutterstock.com If you’ve ever eaten oysters and wondered where they came from, look no further for your answer. In the coming paragraphs, we will give you a history, explanation and results of what the oyster has done for the economy of Florida and what the future
Industry leaders in cannabidiol and hemp will be flocking to Miami Beach this weekend for the first ever USA CBD Expo.
The Florida Department of Agriculture’s Summer BreakSpot program is stepping up to feed millions of children while school is out.