Fall 2006 - Florida Food
From hurricanes to red tide, Florida's fishing industry struggles to stay afloat.
Disease in the Trees
Citrus growers deal with the spread of a bacteria that’s threatening Florida’s $9.1 billion citrus industry.
In a Pinch
Hurricanes and disease push devoted trappers to turn tail on the once thriving lobster industry.
Taken by Storm
One Jensen Beach family grows together as their restaurant is torn apart.
Give Peas a Chance
A Gainesville charity offers food to the local homeless.
Increased prices and regulation sinks the shrimping industry and leaves the waters deserted.
As the 2005 hurricane season came near, forecasters warned of severe conditions, but for Florida fishermen, there wasn't enough time.
Orange & Blue
College of Journalism & Communications
University of Florida