Students in the environmental-science program at McIntosh Middle School recently visited Selby Gardens for hands-on botanical research experiments. The students compared soil samples to measure for organic versus inorganic matter and used a turkey baster and a sieve to examine the tanks of bromeliads for microorganisms. They discovered that household plants often house living animals.
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1 Community Cookout
2 3rd annual 'Power of the Girl' Business Breakfast
2 French apÃ©ro evening
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
2 Florida's Children First 2014 Sarasota Reception
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Friendship Centers welcomes director of development
Senior Friendship Centers, Inc. welcomes Marty Katz as the new director of development and marketing.
ODA girls remain unbeaten
The Out-of-Door Academy girls swim team continued its undefeated season with a 156-134 victory over Port Charlotte Sept. 30.
IN THE KITCHEN - Local Field Trip: Siesta Key Rum
Join chef John Horne on a field trip to the locally owned and operated Siesta Key Rum distillery. Then go in the kitchen at the USF Culinary Innovation Lab as chef Horne prepares a spiced rum cake with rum syrup.