IN THIS ISSUE...
- Membership Has Benefits
- Continental Field Trials at Dixie Plantation
- Greater Red Hills Awareness Initiative
- Juvenile Gopher Tortoises
- Wild Quail - Surviving the Odds
- Webster Art Gallery
Winter 2015 | Vol 8 | No 1
Greater Red Hills Awareness Initiative
The partners of the Greater Red Hills Awareness Initiative (GRHAI) regularly contribute articles for the twice monthly column, “Exploring the Red Hills” published in the Tallahassee Democrat. Authors share stories celebrating the cultural, historical, and ecological wonders of the Red Hills. A few are listed here.
“Historic Bradley’s Country Store offers link with the past” by Kevin McGorty
Bradley’s, courtesy of Bradley’s Country Store
“Thomas County. . . A Place Apart” by Ann Harrison
Mitchell House, Courtesy of Thomas County Historical Society
“Monticello Opera House is a downtown jewel” by Kevin H. Carr
Monticello Opera House. Courtesy of Jefferson County Tourism Development Council
WFSU-TV recently produced a three-segment EcoShakespeare series exploring connections of culture and ecology during Shakespeare’s lifetime. Filmed against a scenic Red Hills backdrop, the series also examines current conservation issues in our region.
To view the EcoShakespeare segment on longleaf pine forests click here.
Puck and Oberon from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream filmed at Tall Timbers for WFSU’s EcoShakespeare series. Photo by Georgia Ackerman
Georgia Ackerman, project manager of the Red Hills Awareness Initiative, likes to bike commute to work at Tall Timbers because it’s a great way to observe wildlife. See her blog in the Tallahassee Democrat, “The Benefits of Slow.”
Do you have a favorite Red Hills place to explore? You can share your photos on our Facebook page. #redhillsregion.
To sign up for the Red Hills Happenings, an activity newsletter for residents, email Georgia Ackerman.