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Commit to do something new: fish with fly

Commit to do something new: fish with fly

The beginning of a new year marks a time of commitments and resolutions for many of us. Whether the resolution is made regarding one’s health, or a re-commitment to personal and/or professional goals, resolutions have a couple of common characteristics: either commit to doing better something you already do, or commit to doing something new. […]

The Miller Brothers

The Miller Brothers

Scrolling through pictures on my cell phone taken over the past year I am reminded how fortunate we are to live in such a great part of Florida. An occasional glance through an old photo album such as this can serve as a reminder of great times shared with family. Additionally, it can inspire us […]

Merritt Island in November

Merritt Island in November

By Nathan & Ted Miller Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is a major migratory destination for wintering ducks along our Atlantic flyway. It consists of 140,000 acres of saltwater estuaries and marshes, and freshwater impoundments, and is roughly a two-hour drive from Jacksonville. My father introduced my brothers and me to Merritt Island at early […]

October marks fall flounder fishing

October marks fall flounder fishing

By Nathan & Ted Miller – The month of October is one of my favorite times of the year. Football season (both college and the Jaguars) are in full swing and the weather begins to shift towards cooler temperatures. It also brings a little excitement for kids with the much-anticipated trip to the pumpkin patch […]

Time for tailgating, kickoffs…and tailing redfish

  By Nathan & Ted Miller – With the summer months coming to an end, September is the beginning of a much-needed break from the summer heat. Fall is just around the corner and our focus shifts from planning summer vacations to making sure our kids are outfitted with the newest fad in backpack design. […]

(Water) Garden of Eden

(Water) Garden of Eden

  By Victoria Register-Freeman Resident Community News Maybe I’ve spent too much time in the Cummer gardens, but for over a decade, I have longed for a small pond. I have never translated this longing into action for two reasons. First, pond acquisition felt aquatically greedy. After all, I have the St. Johns River 300 […]

Council honors Garden Club’s 90th with proclamation

The Jacksonville City Council recognized the Garden Club …

The New Green: Sustainable renovations and urban agriculture news — GoLo

The New Green: Sustainable renovations and urban agriculture news — GoLo

By Steve DiMattia   Historic neighborhoods can be sustained in many ways, from preservation to legislation. One of the easiest and most accessible is to “GoLO” or Go Local – patronize locally owned, locally operated businesses. “When you shop in historic neighborhoods you not only support the local economy but you also promote sustainability because […]

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