Category: Water

Lighthouse Restorations Unveiled at Seahorse Key Open House, Oct. 20

Who:  UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station What:    During this year’s Cedar Key Seafood Festival, festival-goers are invited to the Seahorse Key Marine Lab open house for the unveiling of the complete interior restoration of the historic Seahorse Key… Read More

Big year at Cedar Key Coastal Cleanup cause for concern?

Right now, Hurricane Michael is barreling toward northwest Florida. Rightly so, the #1 priority for people is to prepare their home and business and stay safe. I evacuated my office earlier today and am sitting safe in Gainesville,… Read More

Best Management Practices for Agriculture Operators: Showing that we Care

 All farmers have a significant role in protecting our natural resources. Science based approaches are being taken around the State of Florida to ensure that there is adequate use of water and the impact of our agricultural practices… Read More

Seasonal Reclaimed Water Restrictions

Seasonal Reclaimed Water Restrictions Take Effect on October 1 in Pinellas County   Seasonal reclaimed water restrictions go into effect on Monday, October 1st, and run through Friday, November 30. Due to supply fluctuation and the system design,… Read More

Abandoned Vessels: When Sailboats and Sunset Dreams become Nightmares!

Originally printed in the Lynn Haven Ledger September 21, 2018 The serene allure of life at sea fishing or sailing on Bay County’s sparkling emerald waters is enticing. These inspiring dreams and sounds of ocean waves send many of… Read More

Hernando County Coastal Cleanup

Florida Sea Grant and UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County are teaming up with local businesses, clubs, and County government to host the 2018 International Coastal Cleanup in Hernando County. This international cleanup began more than 30 years ago… Read More