Another Florida storm has blown up on the radar, gaining strength when HB 631 passed. In the minds of many, a “cone of uncertainty,” has formed around public use of Florida's beaches.
Ever heard of "slime mold?" Learn more about both Zoysiagrass, St. Augustinegrass, plus citrus psyllids and citrus greening.
A renaissance of economic revival along Fernandina's South Eighth Street is transforming an industrial corridor into one with arts, cuisine and flair.
The so-called “bed tax” is quietly assessed on overnight hotel stays. The first increase in the bed tax in eight years will bring another $1.4 million in tax revenues.
Attend a turtle dig during the summer. Nest excavations are narrated by a volunteer, very educational for the young and old alike, and a great coastal nature experience worth attending!
Held the first weekend in May, Fernandina's top festival of the year brings crowds downtown to enjoy food, fireworks, free concerts and huge art show.