A honey bee colony has two main goals for the year: 1) survive (i.e. build up the number of bees working to find and store enough honey and pollen to live through the next winter) and 2) reproduce… Read More
Please join us for a workshop on Stormwater Management, Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development Friday, June 14, 2019 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CST Okaloosa County Extension Office 3098 Airport Road Crestview, FL 32539 For More Information:… Read More
Did you know that Florida has its own Arbor Day, celebrated on the third Friday of January? While the nationwide celebration occurs in late April, many states observe their own Arbor Day at the start of their tree-planting… Read More
Ever wondered where UF’s latest graduates are working? Check out our most recent FRE Alumni Spotlight, Tyler Walker. In the interview, Tyler discusses how he is making the most out of his degree in Food and Resource Economics… Read More
Beef cattle production management on Florida operations is different. Folks in agriculture, in Florida, know that it is different from other parts of the country. Our seasons are different, our climate is different. When parts of the country… Read More
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
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Ever since I was a child, I have been fascinated by lizards and other reptiles, but growing up in the Northeast my sightings were pretty rare. However, in Florida we are blessed (and sometimes cursed when you think… Read More
Which Pine is Best? If you have plans to plant southern pines on your property, you have some important decisions to make: Which species is most appropriate for your site and objectives? What is the best available genetic… Read More
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