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 vision of what the area offers make him the perfect addition to our NatureCoaster team.”

Ed will be contributing photos, articles, and sales efforts with local businesses and events. He loves to get out on the water, fish, and cook his catch.  Recipes will follow with his catch and cook stories! Check out his latest feature article, “Swimming with Manatees Adventure.”

“This is a beautiful area with lots of coastal opportunities. I grew up on an island in Southeast Alaska where I knew the waters. Being here for six years, I am becoming familiar with this area’s bounty and who the best captains on Florida’s Nature Coast are,” said Caum.

As a professional photojournalist for more than 30 years, retired military, and with his considerable experience in non-profit and government operations, Ed brings photojournalism expertise and communication skills that will help grow businesses with NatureCoaster.com.

Ed is currently helping several small businesses on Florida’s Gulf Coast with his marketing and sales skills, so we must share.  He is a photographer for TV host Ronnie Green on “A Fishing Story,” which airs on the World Fishing Network, Saturdays at 11 a.m.

He currently serves on two of Visit Florida’s committees, the Marketing Steering Council Committee and is Chairman of the Cultural, Heritage, Rural and Nature Committee and has served on the Alliance board for Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park for the past five years.

Ed is an outspoken advocate for Visit Florida and is a voice for small businesses and boat captains ensuring that they are well represented in Tallahassee.

He is a currently a board member of the Pasco County Leadership Program and is a member of the Florida Outdoor Writers Association.

Please help us to welcome Ed to NatureCoaster.com! You can email him at [email protected] with story ideas, partnership opportunities, or just send him a friendly “Welcome aboard!” We are fortunate to have someone so talented join the team.

One thought on “Welcome Ed Caum to the NatureCoaster.com Team”

  1. What exciting news. I was really sad to hear that you were leaving the Pasco tourism staff. Now that you are part of NatureCoaster.com I am excited to have you on the team. Pasco’s lost is diffidently NatureCoaster.coms gain. I look forward to seeing you stop by the winery.

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