Posted: Oct. 3, 2012
Follow Councilwoman Michelle Berger on land and on water as she takes residents on a tour of our beautiful city in her new program, "Port St. Lucie Bound."
This episode takes viewers to the Oxbow Eco-Center which is situated on a 225-acre preserve on the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. Described as the "real Florida," this is a place where past and present come alive under the forest canopy, throughout the sandy trails, and on the beautiful St. Lucie River.
Councilwoman Berger takes the scenic route through the Oxbow with Naturalist, Amanda Thompson and also stops inside the fascinating exhibit hall which invites visitors to use all of the senses to get closer to nature.
"Port St. Lucie Bound with Councilwoman Michelle Berger" is a half-hour program that explores the city's natural heritage. The bimonthly show will air frequently on PSL-TV20. Check the PSL-TV20 schedule online, and watch this informative fun program.
"Port St. Lucie Bound with Councilwoman Michelle Berger" airs on PSL-TV20 for Comcast and Hometown cable subscribers, and can also be viewed on the city’s website. Go to the archived shows and meeting page and click on the "Special Programing" pull-down menu to access current or previously aired episodes, or watch this month's episode using the video players on this page.
For more information, contact:
Director of Communications
City of Port St. Lucie