Category: UF/IFAS Extension

In The Garden February 2019

A Gardener’s Perspective February may be the shortest month of the year, but from a gardener’s perspective there is plenty to do. So far the weather has been mild during this late winter month, like it has been… Read More

Fossil Records in Limestone of Wakulla’s Past

Wakulla County Residents Reminisce The road work on highway 319 has affected almost every resident of Wakulla County. Pastures, timberland and even a few roadside stores are now in the process of being converted to a speedy route… Read More

Thrush, Horse Hooves Need Extra Care

Thrush, The Bacterial Infection The plentiful rain fall in recent months has a number of benefits. Among these is ample moisture for forage production in pastures and paddocks. Unfortunately, too much of a good thing (rainwater) can be… Read More

To Bee or Not to Bee: A Concerning Question

by Violet Krochmalny, Indian River County Extension Staff Manager We all know about the ongoing struggle of bee colony collapse disorder that has been ravaging populations of our favorite pollinators and you may have asked yourself, is anything being done… Read More

Housing in St. Lucie: A Needed Conversation

People are talking about Affordable Housing in St. Lucie County and I am excited to be a part of the conversation! Let me tell you, the members of the St. Lucie County Council of Social Agencies (COSA) dedicated… Read More

4-H The Future Leaders Exchange Program

Wakulla 4-H welcomed two international high school students via the Future Leaders Exchange Program at the beginning of September.  The students have become active 4-H members during their stay and are living with volunteer host families in Wakulla… Read More