Local Routes takes viewers on a weekly journey to explore authentic northwest Florida and south Georgia. From history, to the environment, to the fascinating and often hidden gems that make up our culture, Local Routes looks at where we’ve been, where we’re going, and the interesting people, places and things along the way.Visit Local Routes Website
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Join us for cocktails, summer plans, and a challenge to keep kids learning over the break.
On “Local Routes” we bring newts back to the forest and preview the Florida Folk Festival.
This week on “Local Routes” its muscle cars, a unique local library and music.
WFSU’s American Graduate Project is shedding light on the drop out crisis in our area.
This week Yard Art in Carrabelle, Monticello ghosts & Merritt’s Mill Pond in Jackson Co.
We explore an ecological and culturally unique region of north Florida and south Georgia.
Red Hills farms and lakes plus music on stage and a Tiny Desk on the next Local Routes.
We head out to discover waterways and worms in this week’s episode!
A local college student changes her future after volunteering.
WFSU TV and Radio team up to bring you Political Perspectives program weekdays in July.
A diseased antebellum era oak tree has been given a new lease on life as public art.
A song about setting sail and finding your sea legs...
A WFSU producer and his family raise monarch caterpillars, watch them become butterflies.
Fill your yard with the right plants, and you'll see colorful and useful pollinators.
The Longest Table brings the community together for a meal and conversation.
Often the black sheep of the family, this libation gives gin a well-deserved heyday.
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