Category: UF/IFAS Communications

Campfire Stories: Florida’s 4-H Camps

Summer’s here, school’s out, and if you’re one of more than 230,000 4-H’ers in Florida, that means four magic words: Cloverleaf, Ocala, Cherry Lake, and Timpoochee. For the uninitiated, those are the names of Florida’s residential 4-H camps. They’re strung across… Read More

UF/IFAS TERMINALFOUR FAQ

The following questions were submitted for the UF/IFAS unit TERMINALFOUR Webinar. The recorded Webinar is here: http://goo.gl/c4xEgT. To ask other questions contact webteam@ifas.ufl.edu and we will add them to the list. For current updates regarding the UF/IFAS unit status migration to TERMINALFOUR go… Read More

Boll Weevils and Beyond: Extension Entomology

Florida is a haven for many forms of insect life, from butterflies and honey bees to termites and fireflies. Unfortunately, its miles of coastline and thriving trade also make it vulnerable to harmful invasive species, which enter our… Read More

100 Years of Extension in Florida

May 8, 2014 marks the 100th Anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which established America’s Cooperative Extension Service. Let’s take a brief look back at Extension’s growth and evolution in Florida, year by year.  Before Extension 1862 President Abraham Lincoln… Read More

UF/IFAS Soil and Water Sciences Undergraduate Brochures

The purpose of these pamphlets was to raise awareness about the UF/IFAS Soil and Water Sciences Undergraduate specializations. These specializations were designed to give the student a strong background in soil and water science with a core of… Read More