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Handling Hydrilla: How UF Research Helps Reveal Stakeholder Preferences for Invasive Aquatic Species Management

Alena Poulin
February 28, 2024

This post was written by guest author Gabriela Rodriguez With their serene waters, Florida’s freshwater bodies are vital to Florida’s natural ecosystem and all who enjoy it. However, the management of hydrilla has become a growing concern ... READ MORE

Category: Conservation, Invasive Species, Natural Resources, UF/IFAS Research, , Water
Tags: Aquatic Invasive Plants, Food And Resource Economics, Hydrilla Management, Invasive Species, National Invasive Species Awareness Week
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New Research Study Halves Aquatic Food Loss and Waste Estimates in U.S. – Implications for Future Global Food Security

Alena Poulin
February 26, 2024

With seafood playing an important role in the diet of many, reducing food loss in the aquatic food industry is essential for improving global food security. The good news? Aquatic food loss and waste (FLW) in the United States may be as low ... READ MORE

Category: Coasts & Marine, Natural Resources
Tags: Food And Resource Economics, Food Waste

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