Enjoy this digest of May 10 through May 23, 2018 stories curated from various media and online mentions.
Pick sunflowers this May at HarvestMoon Farm in Masaryktown
Sunflower season has arrived in Tampa Bay! HarvestMoon Farms in Masaryktown offers the perfect way to get lost in nature.
Black follows blue in the berry patches of Hernando County, but blackberry proponents claim they’re worth waiting for.
Bramble Creek Farms
Come visit “Farmer Gene” and “The Blackberry Lady” (Ann) on the beautiful farm, nestled in the Brooksville Ridge area of rolling hills and open skies.
11 Best Florida Springs to Take the Kids to This Summer
Instead of fighting the crowds at the theme parks this summer, take the kids to one of Florida’s beautiful natural springs for a day of outdoor adventures.
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Friday Night Live
There are some amazing events planned this year in our city of Brooksville. Among them is our ‘Friday Night Live’.
Mud Endeavor 10
The birth place of Mud Endeavor, this unique location in the Central Florida area gives us extreme terrain that is taboo to Florida’s topography.
Hats off to Kentucky Derby Day fundraiser event
Unlike those who braved the rain to watch the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs last Saturday, folks who attended NAMI Hernando's Derby Day event at Chinsegut Hill were blessed with beautiful weather.
May is here, the temps are rising and festival season is on the wane. As is tradition, the Orange Blossom Jamboree will close out the spring music season at the Sertoma Youth Ranch with an celebratory nod to an eclectic batch of music made right here in the Sunshine State.
Over the past 30 years, waterways along Florida’s Big Bend region — from Apalachee Bay, down through Hernando County and into Pasco — have seen a nearly 90 percent decline in the oyster population, research shows.
A new high school program is allowing students to play a big part in restoring Florida’s nature coast.
Live Oak Theatre Company, a not-for-profit family-oriented theatre company, has limited openings for its ninth annual summer program from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 18 through June 22 and June 25 through June 30.