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Focal Point

Focal Point

For Pace, it has always been about protecting the habitat. If the right conditions exist, wildlife will thrive. Currently, his focus is on retirement, but he won’t be sitting in a chair binge-watching television shows.

September 2019
Grover’s Glass

Grover’s Glass

Grover Cleveland’s two favorite pastimes were fishing and drinking beer. And he did both as a snowbird in the late 1890s, just three miles north of the Pareidolia brewpub.

September 2019
The House Found Us

The House Found Us

“I went along with Dennis, not thinking it would turn out to be anything we would seriously consider,” she muses. “Neither one of us had ever been to Vero Beach, so we had no idea what it was like.”

September 2019
Confessions of a Surf Fisherman

Confessions of a Surf Fisherman

It was the phone call I’d been waiting for: “Meet me at my house and we can fish for pompano from South Beach.”

August 2019
Rose-Colored Pastels

Rose-Colored Pastels

“I started coming up to Vero Beach to help a longtime friend who was renovating a property he inherited from his parents, and I remember thinking this is a really nice place. There was a wonderful museum, theater and not a lot of traffic. It was charming.”

August 2019
Mint Condition

Mint Condition

Lakela’s mint is a severely endangered aromatic shrub whose only known habitat is a strip of land about 3 miles long and less than half a mile wide in northern St. Lucie and southern Indian River counties.

August 2019
From Cityscapes to Garden Breaks

From Cityscapes to Garden Breaks

“We found the plan, the architecture — really the whole thing — intriguing, but this was long before we were even thinking of buying a house in Florida,” Lisa Segalas shares. “However, what we saw in the pictures sent to us stuck in our minds for a couple of decades.”

August 2019
Sea Turtles Up Close

Sea Turtles Up Close

On a sunlit day on the Indian River Lagoon, scientists and students from the University of Central Florida’s Marine Turtle Research Group, working along with the Sea Turtle Conservancy, spend some time in field research. For them, the expedition is one day’s work in the midst of ongoing, long-term projects.

August 2019
Boulevard Of Oaks

Boulevard Of Oaks

In the midst of the Second World War, in October 1943, members of the Indian River Garden Club voted to set aside $25 from their budget to plant an avenue of laurel oaks on Riverra Boulevard to honor the troops deployed in the war.

July 2019
Fields Of Dreams

Fields Of Dreams

Looking to break into those ranks, 101 hopefuls descended upon the Jackie Robinson Training Complex, formerly Historic Dodgertown, at the beginning of the year.

July 2019
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