Carson Mitchell

November 9, 2020

Florida Forever At Work: Wakulla Land Acquisition Tour

On a crisp October morning, I ventured to the latest addition to Wakulla Springs State Park, the Ferrell Track. By foot and by car caravan, the […]
September 16, 2020

Honor Latinx Heritage Month by Taking Action

Latinx Heritage Month started on Sept 15. Through Oct. 15, America celebrates the legacy of Latinx communities. It’s a month of acknowledgment, education, and most importantly, […]
July 16, 2020

Snakes Speak for Conservation

Today is World Snake Day! Our slithery friends often get a bad rep. Known in folklore as evil or devious, snakes actually play really important roles […]
May 28, 2020

Racial Disparities in Outdoor Experiences

I am white. Petite with light skin and glasses, I am the ideal image of what Americans perceive as peaceful and nonthreatening. I venture outdoors without […]