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Publix – Where Shopping is a Pleasure
Publix recently has been named "the South's best grocery store in 2018" by Southern Living magazine. The company began in 1930 when founder George W. Jenkins opened his first store in Winter Haven. Today it is the largest employee-owned grocery chain in the U.S., with stores in 7 states.
On the Trail of Ponce de Leon
On 2 April, Florida celebrated Pascua Florida Day or Florida State Day, an official state holiday. The day honors Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon's naming of the state in 1513. Read on to find out where Ponce de Leon's travels took him in and around Florida.
March Is Seagrass Awareness Month
Did you know that March is Seagrass Awareness Month? Read on to find out why this aquatic plant is essential to Florida's economy and to the health of its coast. You will also learn ways to help preserve this important natural resource.
University of Central Florida to Run Arecibo Site
A consortium led by the University of Central Florida has been chosen by the National Science Foundation to run the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. The site contains the second-largest radio telescope in the world and provides educational and research opportunities for the global community.
Florida’s New Gun Law
The Valentine's Day mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland has prompted the passage of a new state law aimed at preventing future massacres. Here are the provisions of the new gun law.
Fort Cooper State Park
Fort Cooper State Park is a state historic site located near Inverness where an historic battle took place during the Second Seminole War. Read on to learn about the history of the park and the educational and recreational activities available.
Troy and Lafayette Blue Springs
Troy Spring and Lafayette Blue Spring are 1st-magnitude springs along the Suwannee River and are surrounded by state park land. Their 72-degree waters invite swimmers in for a dip, but other recreational activities are also available.
Sarasota County’s Legacy Trail
Walk, bike, or skate along Sarasota County's Legacy Trail, an asphalt-paved rail trail that runs for 10.7 miles between Sarasota and Venice. Along its route you will pass through natural and historic areas.
Gainesville’s Unique State Parks
Gainesville is home to 2 unique state Parks: Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park and San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park. Devil's Millhopper is a large sinkhole with a boardwalk that descends to its bottom. San Felasco SP contains trails for hiking, off-road biking, and equestrians.
O’Leno State Park
O'Leno State Park in High Springs is one of the 9 Florida state parks built by the CCC in the 1930s. It offers primitive and developed camping, historical information and artifacts, hiking and cycling trails, picnicking, and fishing, swimming, and canoeing opportunities on the Santa Fe River.
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