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Free Personal Finance Apps

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Would you like to track your spending? Review your choices to see which best meets your needs. Click Here For More…..

January is Family Fit Lifestyle Month

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Research has found that inactive children are much more likely to be inactive adults than active children. In a longitudinal study… Read More

January is Family Fit Lifestyle Month

               Photo Credit: University of Missouri Extension   By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Research has found that inactive children are much more likely to be inactive… Read More

In The Garden Now: Onions

By Les Harrison, County Extension Director and Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension The winter weather has finally arrived.  While temperatures have been erratic and exceptional, to say… Read More

Its National Oatmeal Month

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension This cold weather makes me want Oatmeal and I learned that it is to be celebrated this month. I love it… Read More

Soup’s On!

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Soups On…. What eight words go together when you think of soup? I think of cold weather, economic meal, preparation ease… Read More

Soups On!

By Shelley Swenson, Extension Agent III, Family and Consumer Sciences UF-IFAS Wakulla County Extension Soups On…. What eight words go together when you think of soup? I think of cold weather, economic meal, preparation ease… Read More

Greens Love the Cool Temperatures of Fall

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… Read More