Taken from the earlier book Priceless Florida (and modified for a stand-alone book), this volume discusses the fresh- and saltwater systems of Florida, including lakes and ponds; rivers and streams; springs; aquatic caves; estuarine waters ...
Author: Ellie Whitney
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Taken from the earlier book Priceless Florida (and modified for a stand-alone book), this volume discusses the fresh- and saltwater systems of Florida, including lakes and ponds; rivers and streams; springs; aquatic caves; estuarine waters and seafloors; submarine meadows, sponge, rock, and reef communities; and the Gulf and Atlantic Ocean.
Good Catch puts readers in the story and gives them the tools and background to make Florida seafood favorites as if they caught it themselves.
Author: Pam Brandon
"An invaluable source for seafood lovers everywhere, leaving you hungry to bring these inspired dishes into your own kitchen."-- Emeril Lagasse "Not only is this a book to cook from, it's a book from which to carve an understanding of Florida."--Norman Van Aken "Filled with beautiful photos, amazing recipes, and great stories, Good Catch exposes the real Florida."--Stephanie Izard, winner of Top Chef Season 4, executive chef at Chicago's Girl and the Goat, and author of Girl in the Kitchen "Being a chef and native of South Florida, I am so proud to see a book using all of our bountiful delicacies. The recipes are delicious, and I love the use of classic ideas with modern twists."-- Michelle Bernstein, James Beard Foundation award-winning chef and author of Cuisine á Latina "A book to be cherished and devoured! Good Catch is filled with tantalizing, easy-to- follow recipes."--Susan Puckett, coauthor of Eat Drink Delta "A deep treasure chest of seasonal coastal Florida recipes and intimate storytelling about the people who catch, cook, and serve the Sunshine State's underwater bounty."--Jeff Houck, food editor, Tampa Tribune "A wonderful trip along coastal Florida, including well-known places and also some of Florida's hidden treasures. The recipes show how seafood is enjoyed by the people who make their living on Florida's most precious resource."--John Solomon, president, Florida Seafood Festival "Everything I look for in a Florida cookbook. Good Catch puts readers in the story and gives them the tools and background to make Florida seafood favorites as if they caught it themselves."--Justin Timineri, executive chef/ culinary ambassador, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Surrounded by water on three sides with an inland maze of lakes, rivers, streams, and springs, Florida has a fishing culture unlike any other state and with it comes an abundance of delectable recipes. Following their award-winning Field to Feast: Recipes Celebrating Florida Farmers, Chefs, and Artisans, authors Pam Brandon, Katie Farmand, and Heather McPherson take readers on a journey to savor the bounty of the state's countless waterways and bring these distinctly Floridian recipes from the sea to your table. In Good Catch, the authors befriend the fishermen, the frog giggers, and the shrimpers whose pride in their hard work is near tangible and whose joy comes from spending time so close to nature. Their stories, evoking a way of life that has endured for generations, will transform you--if you have not been already--into a champion of local fishermen. From amberjack to snook, from roasted Apalachicola oysters to steamed spiny lobster from the Florida Keys--plus, all the accompanying starters, salads, and sides--Good Catch brings Sunshine State flavor into your kitchen.
Unsatisfactory results of the original FWPCA led to the amendments of 1965 to
establish water quality standards for all commercially navigable waters as
classified by the states for a range of intended uses . The amendments of 1972
Filled with rare photographs, vintage postcards and advertisements, and fascinating descriptions from over 100 years ago, this book spotlights a little-known time in history when tourists poured into Florida in search of good health.
Author: Rick Kilby
A colorful look at a forgotten era of Florida tourism Filled with rare photographs, vintage postcards and advertisements, and fascinating writing from over 100 years ago, Florida's Healing Waters spotlights a little-known time in Florida history when tourists poured into the state in search of good health. Rick Kilby explores the Victorian belief that water caused healing and rehabilitation, tracing the history of "taking the waters" from its origins in the era of Enlightenment. Nineteenth-century Americans traveled from afar to bathe in the outdoors and soak up the warm climate of Florida. Here, with more than 1,000 freshwater springs, 1,300 miles of coastline, and 30,000 lakes, water was an abundant resource. Through the wealth of images in this book, Kilby shows how Florida's natural wonders were promoted and developed as restorative destinations for America's emerging upper class. The rapid growth in tourism infrastructure that began during the Gilded Age lasted well into the twentieth century, and Kilby explains how these now-lost resorts helped boost the economy of modern Florida. Today, these splendid health spas and elaborate bathing facilities have been lost, replaced by recreational amenities for a culture more about sun and fun than physical renewal. In this book, Kilby emphasizes the value of honoring and preserving the natural features of the state in the face of continual development. He reminds us that Florida's water is still a life-giving treasure.
Author: Florida. Game and Fresh Water Fish CommissionPublish On: 1928
Florida. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. The strong support of the
under tributed during the coming season taking given by Hon . J. S. Blitch , to
those having suitable environment Superintendent of the State Farm , for these
birds and ...
Author: Florida. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Osborne's SUNshinE OPTION Water temperatures in the low 60's mean one thing to a growing fraternity of South Florida anglers - hybrid striped bass.
Author: Larry Larsen
Publisher: Derrydale Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
This book should be a reference source for all anglers who fish or wish to fish in the future, the waters of South Florida, This region has three of the state's five largest lakes. Each chapter focuses on the name lakes and rivers in the region that almost always produce good bass fishing and on many overlooked waters that quietly produce good bass fishing as well.
Windley Key is in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, and its waters are
designated as Class III Outstanding Florida Waters. It includes a variety of
shallow marine communities and is a transitional area between high-energy
This report identifies and quantifies the extent of scarred seagrass beds throughout most of Florida. The data was collected and analyzed using a combination of aerial photography, aerial surveys, and Geographic Information System technology. Information from this general study is intended to assist government agencies with developing specific management programs in regard to boat-generated scarring of seagrasses.
ISBN 936513-19-5 Larry Larsen's Guide to Central Florida Bass Waters THE REGION'S DISCOVER ! TOP BASS WATERS • Best Specific Areas to Fish • Secrets of ...
Author: Larry Larsen
Publisher: Larsen's Outdoor Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
The book is an excellent resource for trip planning, seasonal information, water characteristics and other necessary details that make a bass fishing trip less of a guessing game. The book lists specific productive locations on each of the waters covered and effective techniques that the author and others have employed. This detailed book includes dozens of photos, and maps and charts with information on boat ramps. There's no doubt this book will make your fishing trip much more productive!
Special Protection , Outstanding Florida Waters , Outstanding National Resource
Waters 62-302.700 PURPOSE AND EFFECT : The proposed rule would amend
Rule 62-302.700 , F.A.C. , to designate the Wiggins Pass Estuarine Area and the
The Striped Bass or Rock Fish of Florida Waters state , the more general use of
outboard motors for pleasure and commercial use , and the conducting of boat
races in an efficient and orderly manner , with race meets so arranged during the
Author: Florida Academy of SciencesPublish On: 1969
Other fishes collected at this locality were Adinia xenica , Cyprinodon variegatus ,
Fundulus grandis , Fundulus similis , and Poecilia latipinna . Since Rivulus
marmoratus is apparently a recent invader of Florida waters , it will be interesting
Lynne Buchanan began photographing Florida's inland waters to create artistic records of her connection with those waters and to learn lessons from being in the present moment and aligning with the flow of life.
Author: Lynne Buchanan
Publisher: George F Thompson Publishing
Category: Landscape photography
Lynne Buchanan began photographing Florida's inland waters to create artistic records of her connection with those waters and to learn lessons from being in the present moment and aligning with the flow of life. The more time she spent photographing waterways in her native Florida, the more she noticed what was being damaged and lost due to human impact. She resolved to draw attention to the situation through her photography and to work with water-quality and environmental advocates, from members of the Waterkeeper Alliance to Native American citizens fighting to preserve the integrity of their ancestral lands and drinking water. The result is Florida's Changing Waters, which not only showcases the beauty, diversity, and complexity of Florida's waters, but also documents the negative effects of agricultural and industrial pollution, a growing population with its urban growth and land development, and climate change on Florida's inland and coastal waters and springs. Though her work is place specific, the book reveals the interconnected and global nature of environmental problems. Indeed, Florida's fragile springs, wetlands, rivers, and coastal waters can be considered a tragic and powerful example of what is happening to aquatic systems elsewhere in the nation and world as a result of unchecked human action. Buchanan's photographs invite viewers to consider their personal relationship to water and encourage better stewardship of this vital--and finite--resource. They are also a call to action to find more effective ways to preserve these waterways for both their natural beauty and essential role in our survival.
1673-1753. (and Brown, Eugene) Chemical character of Florida's waters — 1951
: Florida State Board of Conserv, Div. Water Survey and Research, Paper 6.
Brown, Eugene (see Black, A. P., and Cooper, H. H., Jr.) Cooke, C. W. 1945
And never, never take your eyes off a child who is near the water, no matter how
calm conditions may appear. ... Over 60 varieties of commercial fish are gathered
from South Florida waters; shellfish are harvested along the coast; and bass ...
Author: Florida. Council for the Study of Higher EducationPublish On: 1956
By 1970 water demineralization should be sufficiently cheap to obviate the
difficulties arising from the high mineral content of some Florida waters .
Atmosphere . – Industries which might be influenced by Florida's plentiful rainfall
will use ...
Author: Florida. Council for the Study of Higher Education
... Transmittal Acknowledgments The general setting Precipitation Streams in
northern and central Florida Ground water ... 31 34 37 ILLUSTRATIONS 9 10 11
12 1 Florida's rainfall is plentiful 2 Variations in monthly precipitation at
Gainesville 3 ...