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Category: Natural Resources

Blue-green algal blooms polluting your ponds? UF/IFAS scientists empower communities with resources

For decades, stormwater ponds have served master-planned communities and commerce parks with environmental and aesthetic benefits. In some cases, these same stormwater ponds, have developed excessive amounts of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, blooming with toxins, and… Read More

Diving into the Marine Sciences Major

For one College of Agricultural and Life Sciences student, a series of volunteer experiences amplified her passion for a future career in marine science.    From a young age, Allie Marshbanks, has been interested in water and aquatic environments. Since her father served in the Coast Guard, Marshbanks was exposed to… Read More

Environmental science student prepares for career in law

Tenney Kapellusch has thought about going to law school since the beginning of high school. This summer, the environmental science student prepared for her future career by attending the Donald J. Weidner Summer for Undergraduates program. The Florida… Read More

Hurricane Prep for your Pool

In the frenzy of preparing for an impending hurricane, many of those with residential pools overlook steps needed to prepare the pool for a major storm.  Following are some tips, do’s and don’ts when it comes to pool… Read More

The 2020 Peanut Butter Challenge

Spread the Word… Peanut Butter Fights Hunger! By Yvonne Florian and Christine Kelly-Begazo Join the 2020 UF/IFAS Extension Peanut Butter Challenge, October 1st – November 25th, 2020.  Challenge your friends, family, civic groups, and 4-H clubs to gather and… Read More