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Kanapaha Botanical Gardens to Host a Moonlight Walk

Wayne Smith, left, and Pam Taylor observe the waterfall and adjoining lake next to the bulb garden. (Alexandra Booth/WUFT News)

The Kanapaha Botanical Gardens offers a variety of attractions and services that guests can come and enjoy, as well as hosting special events.  They offer 24 collections of plants and flowers include a rose garden, a vinery, a hummingbird and butterfly garden, and a sinkhole overlook. Summer offers the most colorful time at …

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Flushed But Not Forgotten

If you’re flushing wipes down the toilet, think again. Not only are wipes ‘public enemy No. 1’ at the wastewater plant, but they and other non-flushable items also hinder the return of clean water to the environment.

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