Hurricane Irma Impact: Florida’s Nursery and Landscape Industry Suffers Significant Loss

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For Immediate Release Contacts: Ben Bolusky, FNGLA’s Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Nelis, FNGLA’s Director of Communications & Public Relations Phone: 407-295-7994 | 800.375.3642 Email: bbolusky@fngla.org; jnelis@fngla.org As Hurricane Irma ripped through the state, Florida’s plant and tree nurseries… Read More

Irma is gone, now what? UF experts offer help with safety, insurance

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  GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Now that Hurricane Irma has wreaked havoc and destruction, residents may be wondering what to do first. Angela Lindsey, the UF/IFAS Extension representative for the Extension Disaster Education Network, offers tips on how to… Read More

UF Extension director offers tips on getting post-hurricane help

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  GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Hurricane Irma has done her worst, and now residents are left to pick up the pieces. But, help is available if residents act quickly, said Gene McAvoy, University of Florida IFAS Extension Hendry County… Read More

Photo gallery: Hurricane Irma damage

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UF/IFAS Facilities UF/IFAS Extension Collier County UF/IFAS Southwest Florida Research and Education Center UF/IFAS Mid-Florida Research and Education Center UF/IFAS Tropical Research and Education Center 4-H Camp Clover Leaf   Agriculture Southwest Florida Columbia County DeSoto County  … Read More

Agricultural and coastal assessment – Updates from the field

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This page features agricultural and coastal assessment updates from UF/IFAS experts throughout the state. Bridget Stice, UF/IFAS Extension Polk County agent – Sept. 13 “I visited several ranches today. Thankfully, the destruction from Irma was minimal, considering. There is… Read More

UF staff track thousands of buildings during, after hurricane

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  Sure, you have to worry about your home during Hurricane Irma, wondering if the roof will suffer damage, or the siding will be ripped off. But imagine worrying about 1,298 buildings during the storm? That job falls… Read More