Category: Events

UF/IFAS Horticulture Workshop: “Crash Course for North Florida Gardening”

Do you wonder what plants you should plant in your yard? Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) means using low-maintenance plants and environmentally sustainable practices. Learn how you can have a beautiful landscape that could save you time, energy and money while… Read More

Avoiding foodborne illness during hurricane season

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  by Tom Nordlie Protect your family from foodborne illness during hurricane season by following research-based guidelines and common sense, urges a University of Florida food safety expert. As part of Hurricane Irma recovery, take steps to ensure… Read More

2017 Cool Season Forage Workshop

NFLAG is hosting two Forage Workshops North Florida Livestock Agents Group will be hosting two cool season forage workshops next month: October 16th- Duval County Extension Office October 26th Suwannee Valley Agriculture Education Center The address can be… Read More

UF/IFAS Food Safety Workshop: “Building Your Own Farm’s Food Safety Manual”

Most intermediate or large chain store buyers now require some level of food safety program from each farm before they buy. The hands-on workshop “Building your own farm’s food safety manual” is intended for farmers beginning the process of… Read More

Hurricanes and nursery crops

There is a relation between hurricanes, nursery crops and economy in south Florida. Miami-Dade County is the number #1 producer in ornamental plants that you may see in every office, house or landscape in the US.  However, during a natural disaster… Read More