This blog post was written by Marina Schwartz, regional coordinator for Florida LAKEWATCH.
Hi, I’m Marina! I’m one of the regional coordinators of the LAKEWATCH Program, and I’m here to explain what our role is and how we help ... READ MORE
Story written by Elise Cassie.
Each year, Florida Project Learning Tree (FL PLT) recognizes a partner, facilitator, and educator who have made exceptional contributions to the program. This year, awardees include Friends of MacArthur Beach ... READ MORE
Youth from all over the state competed in the Florida 4-H Forest Ecology Contest on April 9 at the Austin Cary Forest’s Roland T. Stern Learning Center in Gainesville, Florida.
Contestants participated as individuals or in teams to demonstrate ... READ MORE
SUMMER-FALL 2021 ISSUE OF FLORIDA LAND STEWARD NEWSLETTER NOW AVAILABLE
In this issue: Forest Carbon: A Potential Source of Income for Forest Owners - Part 1, Association of Consulting Foresters Consultants Corner: Wetland Mitigation and Conservation ... READ MORE
UF’s Fishing For Success to resume programs and events this summer
Family Fishing Days start up with our Back-to-School Bonanza on August 21st 2021. Our monthly free and open to the public fishing events will take place from 8 am to noon. ... READ MORE
2021 SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE ASSISTANCE AND PREVENTION PROGRAM NOW OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT
Sign up by June 18, 2021
The Southern Pine Beetle (SPB)Assistance and Prevention Program is offered to eligible non-industrial private forest landowners by the ... READ MORE
Image in header and all images used in story were taken in 2019.
You may have seen cliché pop culture depictions of a science fair: a student sets off a dramatic exploding volcano and is awarded the first-place blue ribbon for their efforts. ... READ MORE
By Martha Monroe and Gabby Salazar
Originally posted on the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) blog.
Are you interested in measuring and understanding a population’s connection to nature? Do you want to know if ... READ MORE
Welcome to our new Summer Blog Series, SFRC Serves. On Tuesdays and Thursdays we are sharing stories of how our students and alumni give back to their communities.
Graduate Certificate in Forest Health & ... READ MORE
By Martha Monroe and Gabi Sullivan, originally published in the ANREP Newsletter.
Most years, about 100 4-Her’s gather on a sunny April Saturday in the school forest at the University of Florida, clipboards in hand and pencils at the ready, ... READ MORE