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Feeding Independence

This urban farm in Jacksonville, Florida, not only provides fresh produce to a community, but helps feed and train the homeless. All carrying on the legacy of the city’s “Angel of Mercy.”
 

Saving the Florida Scrub-Jay

The Florida scrub-jay is on the brink of extinction. Fred Hunter wants to give them a home. Known as “Mr. Scrub Jay” to friends and family, he has dedicated himself to protect this charismatic bird and the habitat it depends upon.

Small Acres

You won’t see this cowboy rope calves, brand steer or ride into the sunset. But Barry Viljoen has big plans for his tiny ranch in Clermont, Fla. where he manages 14 head of cattle on just 14 acres.

Seminole Pride Markets Success

For a member of the Seminole Tribe, being a rancher isn’t what you do, it’s who you are. Learn how the tribe’s history and tradition drive a new business model.

 

Sunrise to Sundown, Beekeeper and Forester Never Stops

Willie Earl Paramore manages a forest, hiking and four-wheeling though 540 acres, where he sets the prescribed burns himself. He also keeps bees, building his own bee boxes and moving them around to get the best nectar.

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