Wakulla County’s winter gardens are almost done, with many vegetable plants bolting or sending up shoots to produce blossoms and seed. At that occurrence, their value as a food source steeply declines. All the plant’s efforts are… Read More
It’s February in Florida and as the weather gets warmer we Floridians start to turn our attention to the thousands of outdoor activities our beautiful state has to offer. Florida is not just known for its natural beauty,… Read More
By Les Harrison and Shelley Swenson The cool days and cooler nights of December have removed home gardening from the minds of many residents in Wakulla County. Much of Florida’s commercial vegetable production has moved to warmer counties… Read More
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Call Eric Westbrook, 4-H Agent at 850-926-3931 for more information.
Read on the “4-H in the Panhandle Blog” about Wakulla 4-H volunteer Priscilla Weaver and her 25 years of being a 4-H club leader! http://nwdistrict.ifas.ufl.edu/4hn/2015/11/13/4-h-club-leader-grows-resilience-and-empathy/
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Camp Cherry Lake Registration is now closed. Important Dates to Remember For Counselors and Campers: 1- Camp Counselor Training- July 14, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Extension Office 2.- Campers Orientation – July 16, begins at… Read More
It is summer break, so get your kids involved in something fun and educational–like 4-H summer camps and clubs! Read this informative article by Jenny Savely on what 4-H has to offer this summer! Visit the UF|IFAS Northwest… Read More
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Winners and runners-up of their classroom and school level 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking Competition had a chance to wow a crowd of a little over 100 local residents on Tuesday. They showed off their public speaking and speech… Read More
Raising a small, backyard chicken flock has gained interest in recent years as many small-farm owners desire to produce their own high-quality food. In addition, having fresh eggs makes it even more desirable. Click here…..
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