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    5 Reasons Now Is the Time to Buy a Home

    By Admin | February 14, 2016

    Thinking about buying a new home? Now might be the right time!   Ted Jones, Stewart Title’s chief economist, says now is inarguably the right time to by a home. Those who have been waiting on the sidelines, struggling with rising rent and dreaming of a place to call their own should wait no longer,... Read More

    6 Secret Florida Towns to Visit This Winter

    By Admin | December 19, 2015

    These lesser-known towns are often passed over for popular spots like Orlando and Miami, but with antebellum architecture, scenic national parks and lots of charm, they’re worth a visit. Read More

    WUSF documentary on Florida wildlife to go nationwide on PBS

    By Admin | November 19, 2015

    A popular documentary highlighting Florida’s wildlife, produced in partnership with WUSF Public Media, will be shown locally and also distributed to other PBS affiliates nationwide. Read More

    $20 million to benefit marine life

    By Admin | November 16, 2015

    The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is awarding nearly $20 million from its Gulf Environmental Benefit Fund to six state projects designed to remedy harm and reduce the risk of future harm to natural resources affected by the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Read More

    Kickstarter Campaign Launches for Florida Conservation

    By Admin | October 13, 2015

    Less than 10 days before the controversial hunt for Florida’s barely-off-the-endangered-species-list-black bear begins, the Florida Wildlife Corridor will launch its Kickstarter campaign Thursday, Oct. 15th, to promote its new film and forthcoming book, The Forgotten Coast: The Return to Wild Florida, based on months of expeditions inspired by the Florida black bear’s journeys through the... Read More

    Why you should visit the Gulf Coast in the fall

    By Admin | October 2, 2015

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    Enjoy the Florida Panhandle without summer crowds: the coast is clear

    By Admin | September 22, 2015

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    Florida’s Sweet 16 Gems of the Panhandle Sparkle in South Walton

    By Admin | September 18, 2015

      For a narrow spit of land, Florida’s South Walton has an amazingly varied number of attractions, including 40 percent of the land dedicated to conservation. Read More

    5 Local Places to Enjoy in (Almost) Total Isolation

    By Admin | September 12, 2015

    During the off-season, it’s not too difficult to secure a secluded spot to call your own on almost any local beach. But during Spring Break and the sweltering summer months, out-of-town guests are here in full-force, making some locals feel a tad bit claustrophobic. If you find yourself needing to get away from it all, here are a few places you’ll almost always have... Read More

    Back to the Beach

    By Admin | August 30, 2015

    What is it about the beach that makes everything more pleasurable? Here, I read more; food tastes better; dreams are more vivid; going barefoot was invented at the beach! Come to think of it, to borrow a phrase from Coke . . . everything goes better with beach. Read More