September 2017 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
One of Florida's biggest underdeveloped areas - the massive property in east-central Florida owned by the Mormon Church - is opening itself to development.
Around the State highlights issues facing businesses and economic leaders in some of the state's rural counties. Research Florida features statewide researchers making headway into many areas of science.
“When I talk to young people today, and I tell them about attending segregated schools when I was growing up... they kind of gasp...”
Chefs from New York and abroad are stepping up their presence in Miami.
Non-profit Florida Rural Legal Services handles cases 'nobody would take.'
These days, we tend to talk, and socialize, only with those who agree with us.
A Nobel Prize-winning German physicist brings his work - and the microscope he invented - to Florida. It's the only such microscope in the U.S.
A Gainesville company sells natural gas to utilities in 15 states - and is pushing for deregulation in Florida's electric power markets.
A startup company in Volusia County is trying to develop a lightweight, environmentally friendly battery.
Electric vehicles, biodiesel-fueled trains, rooftop solar, utility notes
Around the State
Almost half of all Florida counties are classified as economically distressed.
Miami-Dade farmers have turned to ornamental plants and trees.
Rice farming surges in the Everglades.
Potatoes might not be in the future for one award-winning potato farm.
Lake County taps niche sports to capitalize on its abundance of land.
A phosphate-mining project promises jobs and draws opposition.
AgReserves brings changes to northwest Florida.
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