Drew Mello talks with Peggy Sargeant with Martin County Master Gardeners.

Their  annual spring plant sale “Get Back to Your Roots” will take place on Saturday, April 16 at the UF/IFAS Extension office on SE Dixie Highway in Stuart from 9 a.m. to noon.

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A Conversation With Paula Poundstone

Apr 4, 2016

Paula Poundstone will be at The Lyric Theater in Stuart on April 16.  She took a few minutes to share a laugh with Jill Roberts.  You can find out more by clicking HERE.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about two tributes to Jackie Robinson, who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball and trained at Dodgertown in Vero Beach.  On Monday and Tuesday, April 11and 12, PBS will premiere “Jackie Robinson,” a documentary by Ken Burns, who said:  “Jackie Robinson is the most important figure in our nation’s most important game.”  On April 15, the third annual Jackie Robinson Celebration Game will take place at what is now Historic Dodgertown to mark the anniversary of Robinson’s debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.  The following year,

Drew Mello talks with Judy Cruz, Chief Executive Officer with the Treasure Coast Food Bank, the largest hunger-relief organization on the Treasure Coast.

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You can find out more about the registery and inherited colorectal cancers by clicking  HERE.

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the connection between Fort Pierce and Crayola crayons.  I learned about it in the spring issue of Indian River Magazine.  The connection is Edwin Binney, born in 1866, 150 years ago, in Westchester County, New York.  In 1905, he and his business partner Harold Smith produced the first box of Crayola wax crayons.  The name is from the French words for chalk and oily.  In 1911, Binney and his family started spending time in St.

Poetry & BBQ

Mar 25, 2016

Drew Mello talks with Sean Sexton with the Laura (Riding) Jackson Foundation. Their 6th annual Poetry and BBQ event, “Three Daughters of Eve,” will take place on Sunday, April 10th from 3-7 p.m. at the Jackson Home on the Environmental Learning Center campus in Vero Beach.

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Keep Your Home Safe From Wildfires

Mar 22, 2016

Despite more rain that usual so far this year, it is officially our dry season and that means taking precautions against brush fires.  You can find out more about how to keep your home safe by clicking HERE.

Wily coyotes

Mar 22, 2016

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about coyotes.  Yes, those lanky, howling members of the wolf family.  The name comes from the Aztec for “trickster.”  Coyotes are being spotted in all of Florida’s 67 counties, including ours.  Not content with what’s in trash cans, coyotes go after calves on farms and domestic cats and small dogs in residential neighborhoods.  They have even crossed over the Indian River Lagoon on bridges and raided sea turtle nests for eggs.  They hunt for food between dusk and dawn.  Keep your cat indoors.  Walk your small dog on a leash.  Shy when alon

It May Be Spring, But It's Still Flu Season

Mar 21, 2016

If you haven't had your flu shot, it's not too late.  You can find out more about the flu by clicking HERE.