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Luck is what you make it

As kids, many of us have sat in the yard and just searched for the elusive four-leaf clover. Kids can search for hours on end and often never find anything close. They only continue to find those three… Read More

Do your homework before getting those backyard chickens!

The chicken has come a long way from the plains of Southeast Asia some seven to ten-thousand years ago, to a sacred animal to the Romans, and finally to household food and agricultural product in modern times.  Chickens,… Read More

UF/IFAS, FDACS to help teach science, engineering through aquaculture

RUSKIN, Fla. –[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””] It’s like “Finding Dory” comes to the classroom[/inlinetweet]. Through a $64,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm to Schools program, the University of Florida and the Florida Department of Agriculture… Read More

Florida Gateway Fair Coloring Contest

Florida Gateway Fair’s Coloring Contest has taken on a new spin this year! The Ichetucknee Partnership has partnered with UF/IFAS Extension Columbia County this year to develop some fun pages. The Florida Gateway Fair Coloring Contest will feature… Read More

Summer camps canceled in Palm Beach County? 4-H Offers Camp to Go kits

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Need a replacement for camp? How about a Camp to Go kit keeping your summer-bound students busy with enriching, hands-on, healthy living and STEM-based, screen-free activities throughout the summer? Florida 4-H Youth and Development… Read More

Summer awaits you with Florida 4-H Adventures

Navigating the New Normal The year 2020 has not been what we consider a normal year and we are all having to acclimate to this new normal. Humans are social beings and this pandemic has socially distanced us… Read More

Young UF/IFAS researcher credits father for success as female scientist

BALM, Fla. – Growing up in India, Sriyanka Lahiri wanted to pursue a career in science, and importantly, found support from both her parents. But she credits her father, a chemical engineer, for encouraging her in scientific subjects… Read More