Articles by Danielle Filjon

Eco Tourism’s Impact on the Oldest City

By Danielle Filjon “I knew that I had to do something because if nobody did anything, St. Augustine would be lost,” said Zach McKenna of St. Augustine Eco Tours. Mckenna, a Flagler College alumni, is a boat captain, tour guide, kayak guide, researcher, and a…



Native Art Defies the Stereotype at Crisp-Ellert

By Danielle Filjon Totem poles, feathers, and buffalo art, all stereotypical definitions of “native art”. These stereotypical ideas are what Native Art Department International (NADI) set out to change, that ‘Native art’ can be anything, and rise above its stereotypes of what we think of…