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How Pensacola’s Black grocers are providing access to fresh, affordable food
In a county with high rates of food insecurity, longtime residents are working to fill the gaps.
Field Notes: How we reported our series on Hurricane Laura recovery
For seven months, Southerly has stayed on a story that received far too little media attention. Here’s how we did it.
Nobody warned Texans about the public health risks of the winter storm
Without advance warning about the true scale of power outages and the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning, local officials say they were caught off guard, leaving residents to fend…
Biden’s pause on new oil and gas leases may not apply in this Everglades preserve
An oil company wants to drill in Big Cypress National Preserve. Laws over mineral rights have complicated the fight to stop it.
Low-income Texans already face frigid temperatures at home. Then the winter storm hit.
Poor energy efficiency and weatherization standards in Southern states made it even harder for people to stay warm and safe.
The public has until March 26 to comment on the proposed Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve.
Before it took over Southern landscapes, the invasive vine was once called the “savior of the South.” Artists, designers, and chefs are trying to render it…
We want to know what fireflies and cicadas mean to you. Submit memories, reflections, photos, and more to be featured in our project.
Many migrant workers and their families rely on the Migrant Education Program to help students access school work. The pandemic has made it even more challenging.
An FDR program to electrify rural America is now beset by expensive coal plants and often-hidebound governing boards, as members clamor for transparency and renewables.
Six months after Hurricane Laura, Lake Charles is still in a state of disrepair. The deep freeze has slowed recovery even more.