Family Fishing Days are free, monthly events for families to fish together in a fun, safe environment.
The 2021 (abbreviated) season has events on Aug. 21, Sept. 18, Oct. 16 and Nov. 13.
The catch-and-release events last from 8 a.m. until ... 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
How do you calculate timber value of an existing timber stand? A new EDIS doc from Dr. Andres Susaeta outlines the most efficient way to determine not just costs incurred in growing the stand, but also for the opportunity cost of using the land ... READ MORE
What is the Florida Marine Data Hub? Simply put, it is a website that collates information and knowledge about marine data collection, processing, management, and distribution. It is meant to be a one-stop shop for anyone with an interest in ... READ MORE
The UF/IFAS Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory recently hosted students from Randall Middle School and Durant High School for a Florida FFA Association competition.
Florida’s aquaculture industry generates about $100 million in sales annually. ... 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 Jonathan Dain, Natural Resources Leadership Institute (NRLI) Director
“Welcome NRLI Class XX!”
It felt so strange to utter those words, in person, through a microphone, on the afternoon of October 14th. As I looked out at the group ... READ MORE
Each year, Florida Project Learning Tree (PLT) recognizes facilitators, educators, and partners who have made exceptional contributions, dedicating their time, energy, and ideas to the program. 2020 awardees include Dawn Perez, Solid Waste Authority ... READ MORE
When Hurricane Michael swept through the Florida Panhandle in 2018, the category 5 storm left in its wake years’ worth of losses to one of the area’s largest industries, timber. Per estimates from the Florida Forest Service, a division of ... 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