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Intersection

Intersection is 90.7’s news and in-depth conversation program. We talk with political leaders, environmental experts, historians, writers, musicians, and other news makers from around Central Florida. Intersection is where they all come together on 90.7 WMFE. Listen live Thursdays at noon and 9 p.m. or via Podcast anytime!

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Intersection: Bears, Astronauts & Drowning Prevention


https://wmfeintersection.s3.amazonaws.com/042517_Intersection_podcast.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSFlorida’s black bears have been given a reprieve. A public outcry followed the 2015 bear hunt, the first in 20 years, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Management Conservation Commission says it won’t allow another hunt for two years. Meanwhile FWC is looking at other ways to stop interaction between bears and humans. One homeowners association in Longwood bought bear proof trash cans for each of its residents. We visit Springs Landing where bear sightings are common, to see how they’re trying to get residents bear wise. Then, Intersection’s Brendan …
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Intersection: Manatees, Edible Education & The Sh-Booms


https://wmfeintersection.s3.amazonaws.com/040717_INTERSECTION.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSThe US Fish and Wildlife Service has downlisted the West Indian Manatee from endangered to Threatened. The Fish and Wildlife Service says the reclassification reflects an increase in population and improvements in habitat for the manatees. But conservation groups say it’s a backward step. They’re worried about the impact on the manatee. On today’s program we’ll take a look at the mix of manatees and boaters in Florida. Then, Brad Jones used to be a firefighter. Now he’s switched gears and he’s teaching kids how to grow food in a …
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