Please reload

Follow Us

April 19, 2017

On a late November morning, Florida Tech marine biologist Robert van Woesik and several of his students are aboard a 25-foot dive boat, speeding several miles east of Key Largo to the site of an underwater coral nursery.

Wrapped tightly in wet suits, they wriggle into w...

March 2, 2017

It’s Florida’s most iconic native food.

Scores of restaurants have achieved legendary status by serving succulent stone crab claws. Sweet and tender, the meat resembles lobster in appearance and flavor, only with a richer taste. Eagerly anticipated, the annual harvest o...

February 3, 2017

Each year from December through March a remarkable event takes place. North Atlantic right whales migrate to the warm, calm coastal waters of the southeast Atlantic coast to give birth and nurse their calves. Then in the spring  they head back north to feeding grounds...