Podcasts

All this week Florida Today will feature special shark related articles.  From actual shark encounter stories to shark fishing rules and regulations, your shark acuity will be raised at www.Floridatoday.com and in your local newspaper.

Jim Waymer, Environmental reporter for Florida Today and Ed Killer, Outdoor Columnist for TCPALM.com and Treasure Coast Newspapers give us a sneak peek at what Shark Week has to offer. 

  DARKSIDE

Two American astronauts sit stranded on the surface of the moon after technical malfunctions prevent them from reconnecting with Bill Griffin, who is orbiting the moon. Tensions rise as the astronauts and Mission Control attempt to rescue a sinking ship. Bill, alone in the Command Module, loses all contact with the outside world with every revolution to the dark side of the moon. It is during this isolation that the stories of these astronauts and their families are revealed. 

Brevard Zoo, in partnership with UCF, has been using special oyster restoration mats made of 36 oyster shells and aquaculture grade mesh to rebuild oyster reef habitat in Mosquito Lagoon, a region of the Indian River Lagoon located in Volusia County that is part of the Canaveral National Seashore. Community volunteers help by making and deploying mats that act as a nursery to free-swimming oyster larvae.

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CareerSource Brevard is a regional public/private partnership and part of a statewide network of 24 regions, known as CareerSource Florida.

  • July 16 - 20

Computer Camp Alpha: Computing with Alice

Is your student interested in learning how to program in high-demand languages like Java, C++, and C#? Would they like to learn by making movies and video games? In this camp, students get to learn about programming by telling stories and making movies and games using the revolutionary Alice software.

Grades 9-12 

  • July 23 - 27

Computer Camp Beta: Problem Solving With Computing

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