After a day where the record high was tied in Miami and thunderstorms swept through the Keys to Palm Beach County, Saturday is expected to see a change in the weather dramatic enough to say Fall has arrived in South Florida, at last.
On the southern shores of Lake Okeechobee, an all out effort started Saturday to harvest one of the sweetest crops in the nation, as South Florida’s sugar cane harvest started. The round-the-clock effort has been affected by drought and last winter’s freezing temperatures.
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The next time you have that Big Mac, you can also grab a cup of café con leche at all South Florida McDonald’s.
Sugar isn’t good for your diet but there are ways for sugar lovers to sugar proof your diet.
Land that used to supply satisfaction to America’s sweet tooth is soon to be addressing a different appetite- one for electric power, thanks to a $250 million wind project.
While farmers in southern Miami-Dade may have suffered minimal damage from our recent cold snap, it’s a very different story for the sugarcane crop.