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Category: Curriculum

Voluntario de 4-H recibe reconocimiento por su dedicación y servicios de innovación

Read this story in English Por Lourdes Rodriguez, 954-242-8439, rodriguezl@ufl.edu y Samantha Murray, 949-735-1076, grenrosa@ufl.edu La carrera de Sandy Hernández como Voluntario 4-H comenzó con un pequeño gesto de amabilidad hace más de veinte años. Conocido como “Mr…. Read More

From Participants to Counselors: Three CALS Students Return to the Florida Youth Institute

Each year, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) hosts a week-long summer program for high-school students to learn about food insecurity on a local and global scale, experience Florida agriculture and natural resources, and share ideas… Read More

Mindfully Gardening

Its about being all around healthy I know you’ve learned about exercising your body and I’m certain you’ve thought about how that translates to the garden. Now, what about your mind? Yes, your mind needs attention just as… Read More

Next Stop Job! Announcing Skills Training Program for Teens

The 2020 school year ended quite different than any high school students could have predicted. And now that it has ended, students will consider how to spend their time this summer. The “Next Stop: Job!” curriculum teaches youth… Read More

Graduate student completes National Geographic educator program

Trista Brophy, a doctoral student studying Interdisciplinary Ecology in the UF/IFAS School of Natural Resources and Environment, recently completed a National Geographic’s Educator Certification Program. Brophy participated in the 30-hour program during the spring semester. She is now… Read More

Ironing Versus Pressing

The words pressing and ironing are often interchanged. However, these two terms are not equal when you speak with someone who sews. Ironing is what you do to remove wrinkles by sliding a hot iron back and forth…. Read More