Category Archives: Nature Coasters

Cattle Dog Coffee Roasters to Compete for Best Cold Brew Title in Nashville

If you are a coffee connoisseur, you need to know about Cattle Dog Coffee Roasters, Citrus county’s first and only coffee roasters. They have state-of-the-art home brewing kits, on-site roasting of over 30 varieties, delicious breakfast, lunch and bakery treats and are soon on their way to Nashville to compete in the Coffee Fest Cold … Continue reading Cattle Dog Coffee Roasters to Compete for Best Cold Brew Title in Nashville

Welcome Ed Caum to the NatureCoaster.com Team

Ed Caum, former Tourism Manager for Pasco County, has joined NatureCoaster.com to promote local outdoor experiences to our residents and visitors! Diane Bedard, Florida’s Original NatureCoaster, and the creator of NatureCoaster.com commented, “Ed Caum is an extremely talented person, with a passion for this area and all its beauty. His skills of communication, photojournalism and … Continue reading Welcome Ed Caum to the NatureCoaster.com Team

Big Storm Brewery, Zephyrhills Brewing Company and Craft Life Brewing Release Collaboration Beer

Big Storm Brewing Co announced today the release of a collaboration beer with other Pasco County brewers, Zephyrhills and Craft Life called “Open Spaces Porter.” The Pasco breweries will unveil the limited, draft-only brew at the “Meet the Pasco Brewer” event scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, March 11 at Big Storm’s location in Odessa as … Continue reading Big Storm Brewery, Zephyrhills Brewing Company and Craft Life Brewing Release Collaboration Beer

Zumba Citrus Donates 297 Teddy Bears for Citrus County Meals on Wheels Recipients

For four years straight, Zumba Citrus members in Homosassa have been collecting and donating Valentines Bears to give some love to Citrus County home bound seniors that receive Meals on Wheels. This year Zumba Citrus collected 297 adorable teddy bears in gift bags. This number was enough for all Citrus County home delivered meal clients … Continue reading Zumba Citrus Donates 297 Teddy Bears for Citrus County Meals on Wheels Recipients

Brooksville to Honor Coach Chatman in Field Dedication 2/21

William “Ernie” Chatman coached in Hernando County for over 40 years. At Hernando High School, his alma mater, he coached baseball, cross country, softball, track and field, and boy’s basketball, and served as athletic director. Coach Chatman collected 21 conference, 18 district, 11 regional, and one state championship. He coached the 1983 Dixie Majors to … Continue reading Brooksville to Honor Coach Chatman in Field Dedication 2/21

Nick Nicholas Ford presents $7,500 to Inverness for Events

Nick Nicholas Ford and Lincoln dealership presented the City of Inverness Event & Visitor Bureau $7,500 to support the next year of promotion for the City. To date the company has donated $30,000 over the last four years to support the City’s ongoing efforts to promote the City as a destination. This check presentation was … Continue reading Nick Nicholas Ford presents $7,500 to Inverness for Events

Shopping Small for Big Returns on Florida’s Nature Coast

Thanksgiving is a week away. What a blessing it is to live in the paradise of Florida’s Nature Coast during the fall season. While we do not have extravagant color shows from the changing of the leaves, we do have beautiful wildflowers that change with the seasons, and more subtle things make this an ideal … Continue reading Shopping Small for Big Returns on Florida’s Nature Coast

Up to my Ears in Corn

At 10 am the gate was opened and customers began their semi-annual trek for what has been called, “the sweetest gold on earth,” Frasier’s sweet corn. David Frazier, and his wonderful wife, Sharon, own a 25-acre farm several blocks north of Jefferson and East Avenue in Brooksville. Twice each year they harvest their crops and … Continue reading Up to my Ears in Corn

Vote for Stephanie Sorensen, Pasco Fire Rescue Volunteer

Pasco County Fire Rescue’s own volunteer Stephanie Sorensen competed in the national “Step Up and Stand Out” contest, which recognizes outstanding volunteer firefighters from across our nation.  Stephanie is one of approximately 30 volunteers vying to be the nation’s outstanding volunteer firefighter.  More than 45,000 votes were cast to select the five finalists from video … Continue reading Vote for Stephanie Sorensen, Pasco Fire Rescue Volunteer

Meet a Magical Weeki Wachee Mermaid with Determination and Style

Cheyenne Bragg is a real mermaid. It’s not only her job, it is the fulfillment of her childhood dream. “When I was a little girl, 7 or 8 years old, my parents took me to Weeki Wachee and I loved the mermaids. I thought they were so awesome and I wanted so badly to be … Continue reading Meet a Magical Weeki Wachee Mermaid with Determination and Style

Local Effort provides Help for Hurricane Hermine Damages

Last Thursday, Florida’s Nature Coast narrowly missed a direct hit by Hurricane Hermine. Still, a lot of damage was done to coastal areas. In fact, Governor Rick Scott toured Pasco County damages and declared a State of Emergency. US 19 and Yulee Drive in Citrus County were shown on the evening news with over two … Continue reading Local Effort provides Help for Hurricane Hermine Damages

Fresh-to-Table: “New Farm Food” for NatureCoasters™

Looking for an approach to eating that’s so fresh you can taste it? Fresh-to-Table restaurants are making waves in the culinary industry, including some on the shores of the NatureCoast. Chefs worth their salt always pick top-shelf ingredients as the first step in creating a truly remarkable meal, and freshness is the most important factor. … Continue reading Fresh-to-Table: “New Farm Food” for NatureCoasters™