WUFT News + Fresh Take Florida

As a reporter for WUFT News, the NPR affiliate of North-Central Florida, I reported multimedia packages about the state's science, environmental and wildlife news. Stories published through Fresh Take Florida, the station's student-produced news wire service, were often syndicated in the Associated Press, U.S. News and World Report, the Miami Herald, and a variety of other national newspapers.

You Can Now Fish For Snook In Cedar Key. Why? Climate Change, Most Likely

New Florida Rules Would Tighten Restrictions On Invasive Reptiles

UF Researchers Turn To Sewage To Monitor COVID-19 On Campus

Florida Cuts Stone Crab Season By Two Weeks, After Proposing A Five-Week Cut

Florida Moves Ahead With More Electric-Vehicle Plans: Will Investment Pass By Poor, Minority Communities?

For Poor In America, Sanitary Sewage Disposal Can Be A Challenge

DeSantis Signs Sweeping New Environmental Law For Cleaner Water

New Florida Law To Bring More Electric Charging Stations To State Highways

Florida Judge Tosses Environmental Lawsuit Brought By Children, Latest Loss In Climate Courtroom Strategy

‘I’m In Fear Of My Livelihood’: Florida Commercial Stone Crabbers Say Proposed Industry Regulations Could Put Them Out Of Business

Out of Sight, Still a Blight