Golfers love finding a short getaway with the boys, girls or spouses, and Streamsong is that new special place. Streamsong opened in December of 2012 and has 12 rooms above the clubhouse; and another 216 in the main lodge will be opening in January. Where is Streamsong? Read more here.
According to a report by WUSF Public Media, “the U.S. Department of Agriculture issued its Food Security in the United States report for 2012 and it revealed almost 15 percent of U.S. households are what it calls “food insecure.” That means at some point during the year, members of those households did not have consistent access to […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Nicole Hawker (813) 228-0652 email@example.com WUSF Public Media Shares Short Nature Videos from Elam Stoltzfus TAMPA, Fla. (August 21, 2013) – WUSF Public Media is currently sharing a series of 90-second short stories on Florida’s environmental beauty both on television and through online content. Entitled Florida Beauty in Nature, the interstitials […]
Phosphate, a Port of Tampa mainstay export for the past century, accounts for more than two-thirds of the Port’s $15.1 billion annual economic activity. In addition, the phosphate industry supports more than half of the Port’s 80,000 direct, indirect and related jobs, according to a new study released yesterday by the Tampa Port Authority.
The thought of not knowing where your next meal will come from is an unimaginable notion for some and a stark reality for others. In fact, there are more than 700,000 Central Floridians living in food-insecure households. One in four of them are children.
Florida’s Bone Valley region is home to phosphate, a precious natural mineral resource that is mined and processed into crop nutrients for farmers in the U.S. and throughout the world. While Florida’s phosphate industry had been meeting the crop nutrition needs of farmers for more than a century, its employees are working here at home […]
Think about this- how much did you spend on lunch today? Many of us don’t dwell on that too often, but the truth is, there are hundreds of thousands of people right here in Tampa bay who can’t afford to eat. And it’s a problem that was addressed in a special forum on Friday. National […]
Uniting community leaders and organizations throughout Central Florida in the fight against hunger was the goal of today’s Hunger-Relief Forum, hosted by the Mosaic Company. The event, which was held at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, was developed to raise awareness about this critical issue and spark regional conversation about food security and the […]
In response to the Bradenton Herald’s recent editorial regarding the Areawide Environmental Impact Statement (AEIS) study of proposed phosphate mining, Mosaic appreciates your conclusion about the essential work we do to help the world grow the food it needs and our significant economic importance in Central Florida. We would, however, like to clarify some of your statements about the rigorous and unbiased process by which environmental impacts are assessed and mitigated.
Mosaic recently received a Safety Excellence Award from CSX Transportation for maintaining an “exemplary safety record” in shipping tank cars on the CSX system. “A special congratulations and thanks needs to be extended to all our employees who contribute to safe and efficient shipments, especially those who load, unload, move and handle these cars on […]