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Do You Have an Emergency Supply of Drinking Water?

An adequate supply of clean drinking water is an absolute priority during any emergency.  A normally active person needs at least one gallon of drinking water daily.  That would include about two quarts for drinking and the remainder… Read More

Attracting Butterflies and Moths to your Yard with Native Plants

Attracting Butterflies and Moths to your Yard For those of us that want to attract butterflies and moths to our yards,  we must focus on the four things they will need; Sun, Water, Shelter and Food. A butterfly… Read More

2018 Natural Areas Weed Management Short Course

Management of Brazilian Pepper-tree, Melaleuca and other invasive plants is often necessary in South Florida’s natural areas. This vegetation, if not properly maintained, can lead to increased fire hazards, loss of native biodiversity and changes in hydrology. Improper… Read More

How WEC Works: Eric Suarez

Eric Suarez (WEC BS ’10, MS ’15) is the is the Senior Nonnative Fish and Wildlife Biologist for the South Region for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. He oversees all field operations related to nonnative species, in this… Read More

Homeowners Use Natural Enemy to Fight Citrus Greening

The UF / IFAS – St. Lucie County Extension requests homeowners to join hands in fighting against the destructive citrus disease, huanglongbing (HLB), or better known as citrus greening. We are coordinating with the Florida Department of Agriculture… Read More