Renew and Earn Limited Lawn and Ornamental and Right-of-Way Pesticide Licenses

Need to obtain or renew one of the public works pesticide licenses?  Then join us on December 15th, 2016 in Ft. Walton Bch.  Attend one session or all four.  Earn from 1-9 CEUs in many categories.  For more information: … Read More

Limited Pesticide License Review and Exam

Earn the credits required to sit for the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance test.  Attend a review session for both the Limited Lawn and Ornamental or Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance certification exam.. Or obtain the required continuing education units… Read More

Green Industries Best Management Practices

Be prepared to apply fertilizer next spring. BMP certification is required to submit an application for the Commercial Urban Fertilizer Certification. Renew your pesticide certification while learning how to maintain the landscape.  These are the things you will learn by… Read More

Salty Topics Emerald Coast Series: Sea Turtles of the Emeald Coast

The University of Florida IFAS Extension & Florida Sea Grant program of Okaloosa/Walton Counties invites you to join us on April 28th at 5:00 PM for our Salty Topics Emerald Coast Series “Sea Turtles of the Emerald Coast.” … Read More

Salty Topics Emerald Coast: Marine Debris Removal for Coastal Habitat Restoration

The University of Florida IFAS Extension & Florida Sea Grant program of Okaloosa/Walton Counties invites you to join us on Mar 11th, 11:00 AM for our Salty Topics Emerald Coast Series “Marine Debris Removal for Coastal Habitat Restoration.” This free seminar… Read More

4-H

4-H is the exciting youth development program of the Florida Cooperative Extension.  Membership is open to all youth ages 5-18. 4-H offers youth opportunities to acquire knowledge, develop skills and form attitudes that will enable them to become… Read More

Wavyleaf Basketgrass Confirmed in Okaloosa County

We have confirmed a new invasive plant in Okaloosa County.  Wavyleaf Basketgrass was first found in Maryland in 1996 and quickly spread into Virginia and Pennsylvania.  This invasive is very shade tolerant.  It originates from Southern Europe and… Read More

Upcoming Horticulture Events for September

The final Plant Clinic for 2018 will be held Friday, September 14 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. If you have a plant problem that you would like diagnosed, bring a sample of the weed, plant, insect, etc.,… Read More