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“All of my creation is an effort to weave a web of connection with the world.” - Anais Nin Thousands of miles away from the Pasco County community of Wesley Chapel, Mayan women in the Highlands of Guatemala practice the art...
Last month, we featured a story titled, “The Weaver of Wesley Chapel,” about local historian Madonna Wise and her latest book of several she wrote chronicling Tampa Bay area history. Exploring more of her path to authorship reveals Wise...
Tampa Downtown Market 601 N. Ashley Dr., Tampa Sun. Oct. - May, 10am - 3pm Tampadowntownmarket.com Hydro Harvest Farms 1101 Shell Point Rd., Ruskin Mon. - Sat. 10am - 5 pm Sun. 11am - 4pm HydroHarvestFarms.com   North Tampa Market 4537 Lowell Rd., Tampa Second Saturdays 10am to 2pm TampaBayMarkets.com Ybor City Saturday Market 1901...
by Kathy Megyeri Thirteen miles east of Sarasota is the Crowley Museum and Nature Center, a 190 acre nature preserve on Myakka Road that includes trails through five habitats, a one-half mile boardwalk over Maple Branch swamp and an observation...
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What’s big, juicy and ready for pickin’? by Terri Bryce Reeves Why it’s the 82nd annual Florida Strawberry Festival, taking place March 2-12 at the Festival Grounds, 303 N. Lemon St. in Plant City, where over three-quarters of the nation’s midwinter strawberries come...
by Amanda Smith On a warm Sunday afternoon in Palm Harbor, Florida, 11 curious plant lovers gather in John Chestnut Sr. Park to meet none other than Green Deane, the “most watched forager in the world.” Amassing over 3 million...
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