Category: Water

UF/IFAS Natural Resources Faculty Earn National Recognition

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — From forests to wetlands, rivers to coastline, Floridians and visitors enjoy the Sunshine State’s rich natural resources each day. Natural resources educators with the University of Florida have been nationally recognized for their work to… Read More

Florida’s Bay Scallop Seminar

Join us for our second annual recreational scalloping seminar! At this seminar, attendees with learn how to make scallop Gyotaku, about scallop biology, management, boating safety, and changes to the upcoming season in Pasco and Hernando Counties. Speakers:… Read More

Local Teams Excel at State Envirothon Competition

Results are in from the State Envirothon held at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park near Gainesville last month, and both of our local teams received a category recognition. ‘Green is the New Black’ from Manatee High School-Advisor Pat… Read More

Getting Your Landscape Ready for Hurricane Season

The Getting Your Landscape Ready for Hurricane Season Program The Getting Your Landscape Ready for Hurricane Season program will be held at the UF/IFAS Extension Wakulla County Office on June 2, 2018, starting at 9:00 a.m. This informational… Read More

Fact Sheet: Handling the Fish You Catch

One of the joys of fishing is eating the fish you catch, but you may find your catch doesn’t taste as fresh as expected. Fish must be handled properly or they will spoil quickly. In addition to disappointing… Read More

Water Safety Month is May!

  Always supervise children closely around water. Photo credit, Marie Arick Do you have firm water safety practices? Are you a strong swimmer? Do you know Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)? Each May, as the temperature rises, the gravitation to… Read More

Water Safety Month is May!

  Always supervise children closely around water. Photo credit, Marie Arick Do you have firm water safety practices? Are you a strong swimmer? Do you know Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)? Each May, as the temperature rises, the gravitation to… Read More