2022 - Central District All Faculty Symposium - 4-H Youth Development
J. Sprain, UF/IFAS Extension, Osceola County, G. Carter, UF/IFAS Extension, Duval County, S. Ghosh, UF/IFAS Extension, Polk County, S. Michael, UF/IFAS Extension, Seminole ... READ MORE
Attention, UF IFAS 4-H'ers!
The UF IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory (UF HBREL) is currently accepting submissions in response to the 2022 American Beekeeping Federation Foundation 4-H competition call for entries. Since national ... READ MORE
Every spring, Suwannee County 4-H holds their Annual County Events Day. This is an opportunity for youth to show off what they have learned through their 4-H projects. There are 6 different categories that members can choose to enter: Demonstrations, ... READ MORE
A new program is available for young nature enthusiasts interested in learning more about Florida’s environment. Inspired by the Florida Master Naturalist program, this youth program takes kids aged 10 to 13 on a journey through Florida’s ... READ MORE
February 4 is National Soup Day! While soup is a popular food all year, soup can be especially satisfying during colder winter months.
History of Soup
January is National Soup Month. However, soup can be an easy nutrition-packed meal ... READ MORE
Mark Your Calendars for Gator Nation Giving Day on February 17th, 2022!
On February 17th, 2022, The Gator Nation will Stand Up and Holler for its 4th year in a row. The annual Stand Up & Holler: Gator Nation Giving Day is a 24-hour, all-day ... READ MORE
The UF/IFAS team that has released more than 250 fruit, vegetable and other plant cultivars in the past decade is getting even stronger.
Seven budding scientists from around the world arrived in Florida in August to work with Plant Breeders ... READ MORE
How hard would it be to play a game if no one told you the rules or how to win? How would you feel? How long would it hold your interest? If you kept trying again and again but continued to lose, would you keep playing?
Often, youth go into ... READ MORE
After spending 5 years managing a horse farm in the Texas Panhandle, I have come to greatly appreciate our mild Florida winters! Although it’s pretty unlikely that any of us will be busting ice 3-5 times per day in negative temperatures and ... READ MORE
Green Industry Best Management Practices Certifications: Could Potentially Save the State Millions of Dollars and Boost Local Counties Economy
Part of a comprehensive program under the University of Florida’s, Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ ... READ MORE