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Tag: Diversity

You can have it ‘made in the shade’ by planting more diverse trees

When we plant the same trees over and over again, we create urban forests that are vulnerable to being wiped out by invading pests and diseases, a University of Florida researcher says. Deb Hilbert wants to avoid tree… Read More

The Ways Insects Benefit Our Yards

When we think about insects in our yards and gardens, our first thought is probably not about all the many good things they do. But make no mistake, there are far more good bugs than bad bugs which… Read More

Using unconscious bias to strengthen yourself

Diversity and inclusion is a very hot topic these days. One of the first things necessary to look at when you are considering diversity, equity, and inclusion is unconscious bias. Everyone has bias and a lot of the time… Read More

Small Steps to an Inclusive Community

Co-Authors: Alicia Betancourt, Linda Seals, Carol Roberts and Ramona Madhosingh-Hector   Is your community an inclusive community? In times of crisis, topics like diversity, equity and inclusion can get pushed to the sidelines. Sometimes the crisis itself is… Read More

How to Create DEI in Your Community

Written and edited by UF/IFAS Faculty: Alicia Bradigan-Betancourt, Monroe County Extension Director; Linda Seals, SEED Regionalized State Agent; Ramona Madhosingh-Hector, SWED Regionalized State Agent and Carol Roberts, St. Lucie County CRD Agent In times of crisis, topics like… Read More