Exploring the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge

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Right now in southern Florida, on the subtropical barrier island of Sanibel in the Gulf of Mexico, there are over 6,400 preserved acres of mangrove forest, submerged seagrass beds, cordgrass marshes, and West Indian hardwood hammocks, filled with thousands of Continue Reading →

Why the Outdoors is Important to Me

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I love my generation. But sometimes, we get a bad rep. Some people call millennials like us, ungrateful, lazy, and stagnant. However, as a whole, that’s just not the case. There’s a lot more to us than what meets the Continue Reading →

Enchanted Rock: A Texas Tradition

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If you’re a fan of Red Dirt Texas Country music, you might have come across an amazing bucket list-of-a-song by Josh Abbott Band featuring Pat Green, titled, “My Texas.” If not, you can hear it here. At the beginning, Josh Continue Reading →

Talking Trash: (The Great Pacific Garbage Patch) Thoughts for America Recycles Day, November 15th

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This Saturday, November 15th, is America Recycles Day, which is a nationally recognized program of Keep America Beautiful that is held once a year to promote and celebrate recycling in the Unites States. I’m motivated to recycle because I feel Continue Reading →