Until you experience the great outdoors, you really have no concept of what Florida is all about. The remarkable diversity of our state takes a lifetime to appreciate. From beach to marsh, forests to sand hills, the breadth, width and scale is hard to take all in.
The modern world is inherently self-destructive. We use natural resources, create products and services and consume them. Indeed, it’s a never ending race, and we’re doing so more aggressively and with greater efficiency that at any other point in recorded history. If we don’t slow down, or change gears, how much longer can we continue? Enter the simple notion of regeneration.
Sea Turtle Nesting Season will soon be upon us, and that means all properties by the beach need to be reviewed for compliance with county and lighting ordinances. The Brevard coast reports the highest number of loggerhead and green sea turtle nesting in the United States, so it’s critical to the sea turtle’s environment that they are not exposed to artificial light.