In 1928 Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings moves to Florida's backwaters to write in peace. She feels bothered by affectionate men, editor and confused neighbors, but soon she connects and writes The Yearling, a classic of American literature.
The Wild Heart of Florida was released in 2002. It is based on an anthology of Florida nature writing by the same name, which was edited by author and photographer Jeff Ripple and his colleague Susan Cerulean, and was published by University Press of Florida. Wild Alachua, also released in 2002, introduces viewers to the cultural and natural history jewels of North Central Florida, including the Florida Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Rainforest, Devil's Millhopper State Geologic Site, Dudley Farm Historic State Park and historic Cross Creek, home of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings ..