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How can Florida agriculture survive?

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Historians trace roots of South Hillsborough County communities

Some of the decor at Chief's was original to the building.

School garden project celebrates community entrepreneurs

Brick Street Farms is located in the Warehouse Arts District of St. Pete.

First urban hydroponic container farm opens in St. Pete

Dignataries gather around Temple Terrace's newest historic marker

New historic marker honors Temple Terrace orange grove history

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ComfyTree marijuana conference in Tampa

Delia Garcia, senior liaison, National Education Association, speaks at the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics event at H.C.C. in Ruskin.

Migrant families face familiar hardships in schools

Alejandra Ceja, Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics speaks at the event held at H.C.C. in Ruskin.

Familias migrantes hablan sobre retos en escuelas

How you can participate in Tampa's award-winning free tree program

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The Tampa Bay region of Florida is ripe with urban and community garden spaces that feed people in cities, while rural farms continue to grow citrus, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, tomatoes, other veggies, ornamentals, trees and even fish. Most fish, however, both shell fish -- like shrimp, oysters, clams and crabs -- and the kind anglers go after -- such as grouper, snapper, pompano and tarpon -- thrive in Gulf waters and local Bays. 

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