If you are looking for a summer activity for your child then look no further. Help your child develop pivotal life skills to help them grow and develop while having fun with their peers. You can still register for the following camps for the ... READ MORE
4-H Summer programs for youth from 5-18.2022 summer adventures for you!Meat My Grill Tailgate Campo May 31st – June 3, 2022o Youth ages 11 as of September 1, 2021 o Location: UF/IFAS Extension Bay County 2728 East 14th Street, PCo Register: ... READ MORE
We’re highlighting all things Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) in 2021 as the program marks its 20th anniversary. To learn more about FMNP, view the first blog post here.
By Taylor Paynter, Ray Bodrey and Scott Jackson
Florida ... READ MORE
The 2020 Florida Artificial Reef Summit...
Still on a Screen Near You.
For more than three decades, UF/IFAS Extension and Florida Sea Grant have played a primary leadership role in the evolution of Florida’s artificial reef program. This ... READ MORE
Several Extension Agents have worked together to develop the 4-H Cares Virtual Program that will help youth and adults to examine those character traits that can help us to be better people and have better relationships. This month the 4-H Cares ... READ MORE
By L. Scott Jackson UF/IFAS Extension Bay County and Florida Sea Grant | Special to The News Herald
Beginning later this month, new artificial reefs will be deployed in Bay County, with more scheduled through the end of 2020. Reefs ... READ MORE
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major disruptions to Florida food markets. Sales of food products to restaurants and schools have fallen drastically. Some farmers markets have closed. Sales through grocery stores spiked upward initially, but ... READ MORE
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
Please call your local UF/IFAS Extension office ... READ MORE
As Hurricane Michael was barreling through the Panhandle region, wasp populations were at their highest of the year. Winds and flooding destroyed many of the nests of paper wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets and now wasps may be aggressive ... READ MORE