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FWC Hosts First Statewide Nonnative Fish Catch

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission hosts the first statewide nonnative fish catch. The contest was created to raise awareness and help reduce the growing population of invasive fish species in Florida’s waters.


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Antique dealers wary of ivory ban bill – A bill before the Legislature would impose a statewide ban on ivory, making it illegal to sell without proper documentation of its origins. Orlando Sentinel Senate panel votes to confirm Loretta Lynch […]


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The Preservation Jazz Band takes the stage at the frank street fair Thursday evening on Feb. 26. The band is from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Jazz Band, Street Fair Draw Crowd To Downtown Gainesville For Frank Conference

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band performed on Bo Diddley Community Plaza on Thursday as part of a street fair. The fair was part of day three of the 2015 frank conference.


Farmer Cody Galligan, 35, hangs his tools on the side of the building at Siembra Farm.

Siembra Farm Encourages Sustainability Through Local Community Food System

Local farm practices sustainable farming techniques through community supported agriculture. The University of Florida Office of Sustainability has been working with the farm to provide sustainable food options to the community.


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