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The Parks are Free for Exploring

There are many state and local parks accessible - even within walking distance that you might not even know about. Sitting down with your children to explore your own local maps and destinations is a wonderful opportunity to talk about how our land is preserved and the wonderful ways you can engage with it.

Simple ideas like

  • Unfolding a map - not via the computer but the experience of touching the paper and running your fingers along the places you can visit - is a…
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Added by Stephanie Rach-Wilson on January 15, 2011 at 11:22am — No Comments

A Florida Native Rediscovering Florida

I am one of the rare ones: I was born in Florida and have lived here my entire life. 23 years in Pensacola, 6 years in Tampa, and the last 12 in Jacksonville. In all that time, I've

taken my home state for granted. Summers swimming at Pensacola Beach,

camping at Fort Pickens, fishing in Tampa Bay, enjoying the St. Johns

River in Jacksonville. I remember complaining about beach and camping

trips, only wanting to stay inside to read books, watch…

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Added by Mark Meyers on April 7, 2010 at 7:10am — No Comments

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