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Acts of Loving Kindness

February is all about acts of loving kindness. What is your language of love? Read on to learn how you can better offer loving acts when you understand how your recipients best receive your messages. Read more on… Read More

Spring Master Gardening Training/Workshops

Spring Master Gardener Program Begins February 21, 2013 – Please call 850-926-3931 for more information or register online… Click here for Florida Master Gardener Application Form 2013… *Note: If you are having trouble submitting the form, try to… Read More

UF/IFAS Wakulla Extension Open House on June 23, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

[portfolio_slideshow] The growing season is here and there are some wonderful locally grown foods readily available.  Local gardens and orchards are bursting with fruits and vegetables. Locally produced, home grown fruits and vegetables have some very attractive features… Read More

UF/IFAS Wakulla Extension Office Open House June 23, 2012

The UF/IFAS Wakulla Extension Office is celebrating the Sesquicentennial of the Morrill Act, also known as the Land-Grant College Act with an open house on June 23, 2012. By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension DIrector Read More About… Read More

Wakulla Extension Offers Fun, Free Events

Join us for fun events 4-H Summer Camps – (each camp has a fee) click here for more information (note: Survival 101 is full and Bachelor/Bachelorette is canceled) Do you need help with your finances? Call for a Master Money Mentor… Read More

A Series of Gardening Workshops

•A Series of Gardening Workshops Learn to Grow More Fruits and Vegetables Schedule

Learn To Grow More Fruits and Vegetables

View the following to learn about our series of gardening and landscape workshops starting March 17 and lasting through April 14 as well as Thursday Workshops and Master Gardener Training Registration . Learn to Grow More Fruits and… Read More

Cold February Days

Recent scientific research by Atmospheric and Environmental Research, a Verisk Analytics company suggests the reason that February is turning cold in Florida relates to snowfall in Siberia last October.