The Summer 2014 issue of The Fine Print is out and about town. Can’t get your hands on a copy? Flip through the online version here.
To make ends meet, migrant farm worker families regularly uproot their homes to move with the seasons–but at the expense of their children’s education.
Are heavy music licensure fees throwing businesses off their groove?
Three students, an empty lot and a whole neighborhood: the seeds to Porter’s Urban Plant Project.
The resilient, endangered, possibly magical Florida Manatee could make a comeback: Numbers are rising after 2013 was the sea cows’ deadliest year on record.
The Spring 2014 issue of The Fine Print is out and about town. Can’t get your hands on a copy? Flip through the online version here.
Alachua County public school gardens receive significant funding support, but their long-term vitality calls for a far more meaningful investment.
This summer, four friends will take a refurbished school bus 10,000 miles across the country to spread the eco-friendly gospel.