Florida’s Mangroves: A Slightly Salty History – A lively primer on the way that human activity in Florida has shaped—and, in turn, has been shaped by—the state’s great, hopefully not late, mangrove forests.
Nature’s Own Attraction: A History of Florida’s Roadside Springs – A loving photo essay on the past, present, and future of Florida’s big four roadside springs: Silver, Weeki Wachee, Homosassa, and Rainbow.
Abandoned Coastal Defenses of Alabama – A down-and-dirty urbex-informed walkthrough of two critically endangered historic sites.
Abandoned Florida: Sunshine Sentinels – An eyewitness document of seven historic coastal defenses from the shores of the Sunshine State – history with an urban exploration look.
Abandoned Washington, DC – A collection of historical essays paired with grimy urbex photography.
Progressive Pop – Looking at pop culture through a progressive lens. Movies, social commentary, and more.
Decay – A podcast about urban exploration and abandoned places.
Openendedsocialstudies.org – Free and open source lesson plans to foster a sense of wonder about the world and our place in it.
The Unlikely Parks of Tampa Bay: A Scenic History