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April 22, 2017

In April 12, 2017, the Environmental Science Capstone class at FSU collaborated with Dan Tonsmeire and the Apalachicola Riverkeepers organization to collect and analyze water samples from the river. It is critical that continuous data be collected throughout the system...

April 12, 2017

Chen Duo, Kyle Parsons, Lexie Pushkin, and Jake Liotta interviewed Dr. Chip Cotton for the Economics of the Gulf Fisheries and how the Apalachicola River Affects It.

Upon arriving at FSU’s Coastal and Marine Lab, we had the pleasure of meeting with Dr. Chip Cotton to ga...

April 10, 2017

For our first trip for, we visited Eastpoint to interview a houseboat owner about living on the water and how the water war has affected him. After interviewing him at his office, his friend then took us to see the houseboat and also was able to talk to us about his ex...

April 10, 2017

For our group project, Jamie, Sammi, Aleks, and I set out to film the remains of the 19th century fort at Prospect Bluff. As we drove further away from Tallahassee, the forest got thicker and the people were few and far between. After about an hour and a half of follow...

February 28, 2017

Students from the Environmental Science and Policy capstone class explored Lake Seminole on Saturday Feb., 25th.  Apalachicola Riverkeeper volunteer coordinator Georgia Ackerman, with the help of other ARk board members led 12 students on a kayak trip that explored the...

February 16, 2017

My group went to the Apalachicola Bay to do filming on how oysters and oyster fishermen were impacted by the water wars. The trip involved us interviewing people involved in the oyster business in order to gain insight into the effects the lack of freshwater has caused...

February 16, 2017

On our first trip we met Gary Adkison, a local beekeeper, at a gas station at the one stop light in Wewahitchka. Wewahitchka is a small town in Northwest Florida with a population of almost 2,000 people. From there he took us to his house, where he keeps his beehives....

February 15, 2017

On Monday, January 30th, Kyle Parsons, Jake Liotta, and Jamie Lawrence headed to the Jim Woodruff Dam around 11:00 AM. Upon arrival, we did a quick scout of the area near the entrance to the dam’s facilities and decided to check out the area beyond the dam that which f...

February 15, 2017

My group covered the biodiversity of the Apalachicola River System and how it affects the surrounding natural systems as a whole. We specifically focused on the Longleaf Pine habitat that once flourished in the uplands. With little of the forests left, we decided to se...

February 15, 2017

I worked with Rillan Dasalla and Kassi Bell on what we thought would be and important topic to tackle- an introductory video. Because our project’s subject was so broad and encompassed all the issues regarding the Apalachicola River, all three of us felt it necessary t...

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