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'He loved to serve:' Jacksonville Council member Tommy Hazouri dies at 76
September 13, 2021
In a career as an elected leader that spanned four decades, the former mayor helped the city shed its label as “The armpit of the South."
 
River Life with Dr. Quinton White
September 08, 2021
Natural and human factors contribute to climate change
 
Construction begins on the first link of the Emerald Trail
August 25, 2021
Construction of the first portion of the 30-mile Emerald Trail series of parks is underway.
 
Fish and Wildlife, Jacksonville Zoo and firefighters rescue wounded manatee from Ortega River
August 16, 2021
An injured manatee is recuperating after being rescued Wednesday afternoon from Jacksonville's Ortega River.
 
With cleanup ahead, Jacksonville mulls development deal for Talleyrand Superfund site
August 02, 2021
After sitting idle more than 40 years, a badly polluted part of Jacksonville’s Talleyrand waterfront could become a working dock again once a long-awaited cleanup is finished. 
 
North Florida Land Trust buys part of Intracoastal island chain for conservation
August 02, 2021
A Jacksonville nonprofit has bought part of an Intracoastal Waterway island chain that a businessman promoted as luxury home sites to try to protect the undeveloped property’s ecology. 
 
City permits CNG fuel facility for Waste Management
July 26, 2021
The Greenland Business Park project also will include an office and truck maintenance building.
 
Art in bloom: Volunteers trimming a million flowers for Cummer show
July 23, 2021
Snip, snip, snip and, like that, one baby's breath flower becomes four or five.
 
More manatees have died in 2021 than any other year
July 12, 2021
Florida biologists say starvation is main cause
 
City of Jacksonville Seeks Public Input On 5-Year Housing Plan
July 09, 2021
Residents are asked to provide public feedback on a community development plan the City must submit to the federal government every 5 years to receive federal funds.  
Mayor Curry Announces Pick For Jacksonville’s Chief Resiliency Officer
July 07, 2021
The CRO will report to the Director of Planning and Development.
 
Coal Ash Barge - Minimal Environmental Impact
June 23, 2021
FDEP releases report on the environmental damage from the barge which ran aground off the Jacksonville Coast.
Florida Congressman Urges 'Endangered' Status For Manatees
June 16, 2021
Four years after federal wildlife officials reclassified manatees from endangered to threatened, U.S. Rep. Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., called Monday for a reversal of the decision.  
Mark Woods: A legacy of refusing to destroy old Florida and a gift to The Nature Conservancy
June 14, 2021
Joa and Renata Hixon have donated $3 million to launch the Hixon Environmental Stewardship program and a supporting endowment, with the goal of creating the next generation of conservationists.
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