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Voices of UF/IFAS: Pamela Bradford

Pamela Bradford

Name: Pamela Bradford Position: Extension Agent II – Hillsborough EFNEP Supervisor Current city: Tampa Hometown: Memphis, TN Years at UF/IFAS: 12.5 Describe your role at UF/IFAS: I manage the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program… Read More

Voices of UF/IFAS – Dr. Joseph Larkin

Joseph Larkin in a lab

Name: Joseph Larkin III, PhD Position: Associate Professor, Microbiology and Cell Science Current city: Gainesville Florida Hometown: Savannah GA Years at UF/IFAS: Well…I attended the University of Florida on a National merit scholarship from 1992-1996… Read More

How to make Valentine’s Day special, according to a UF relationship expert

Hearts on a keyboard

Don’t assume you know what your partner wants to do. Talk with your partner about how they want to spend Valentine’s Day. Put away distractions, including your phone. Give each other your undivided attention. Single… Read More

Pandemic eating among the food-secure: more comfort foods, but not a drastic increase

During the first three months of the pandemic, food-secure people did not change their eating habits very much, although some of them turned a bit more to comfort foods, new University of Florida research shows…. Read More

Seafood: A holiday tradition

Crab cake lumps on a long narrow dish with green garnish

By Rhett Register On Christmas Eve, many Italian Americans join family and friends for a fish and seafood dinner. The Feast of the Seven Fishes, as some call it, seems to have its origins in… Read More

After the holiday meal, it’s time to make some yummy, nutritious leftovers

You’ve finished your holiday meal, including perhaps, seconds. The aroma of traditional foods still wafts from the kitchen. Lots of people will make leftovers, whether it’s turkey sandwiches or a veggie dish. But some UF/IFAS… Read More

Top five eco-friendly resolutions for 2021 just for Southeast Florida

image - Biscayne Bay waterway in Miami

SOUTHEAST FL. – In 2020, we learned to transform our backyards and balconies into edible gardens year-round. We adapted to work-at-home solutions. Educators became students of online learning to build engaging virtual lesson plans for K-12 classes. The pandemic also opened our eyes to new ways to protect our community’s biodiversity from our own backyards. We have come… Read More