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Significant seagrass loss alarms researchers

Seagrass is critical to the abundance of life found in Tampa Bay, and the recent loss of 4,161 acres underscores a disturbing trend causing concern among researchers.

According to mapping results released Monday by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD), Tampa Bay has endured seagrass losses for three consecutive study periods for the first time since biennial tracking began in 1988.

‘Murals in Mind’ promotes positivity and wellness

‘Murals in Mind’ promotes positivity and wellness

Bigger and better, Localtopia celebrates 10 years

Bigger and better, Localtopia celebrates 10 years

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Vegan cooking school, kitchen to open in St. Pete

Much of South St. Pete is known for its lack of immediate fresh food sources, but that will change with the rise of the area's first-ever vegan cooking school and kitchen concept.

Kate Harvey, who operates a wholesale vegan food production company in Tyrone, specializing in grab-and-go meals, has inked a 10-year lease for a freestanding building at ...

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