The first of several workshops focusing on plans for a comprehensive natural resources building on the main campus of the University of Florida took place on September 15. This kickoff event was hosted by Christopher and Shawna Meyer of Atelier ... READ MORE
Introduction to financial assistance program for all farm and forestry operations will be Offered Dec 13th, 2022 at the NFREC-SV for Suwannee all surrounding counties
Financial Assistance Expo flyer
Who do farm and forestry producers go ... READ MORE
2023 FLORIDA LAND STEWARD WALL CALENDARS ARE HERE!
Request your copy of the 2023 Florida Land Steward wall calendar! An annual land stewardship tradition, the Florida Land Steward calendar features beautiful photography, habitat management ... READ MORE
About a year ago, one of my regular blog readers asked if magnolia trees (Magnolia grandiflora) had any particularly redeeming qualities. The one in her yard was constantly dropping leaves and seedpods, and she was tired of it. Little did ... READ MORE
By: Dr. Maria Silveira
In 2011, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) established the Long-Term Agroecosystem Research (LTAR) network (https://ltar.ars.usda.gov/), with the mission of developing long-term, transdisciplinary research ... READ MORE
Hurricane Ian made landfall on Sept. 28, and the vast storm surge from this event pushed extensive amounts of water into coastal areas. The mangroves that line our Florida coasts were in some cases completely submerged and the vast amounts of ... READ MORE
ANOTHER STORM ON THE WAY
I almost put away the generator last weekend. What was I thinking? After all the recent impacts from Hurricane Ian the timing of this could probably not be worse. As tropical storm Nicole approaches the east coast of ... READ MORE
CONGRATULATIONS ALBERT FULLER: 2022 FLORIDA JON GOULD OUTSTANDING TREE FARMER OF THE YEAR!
The Florida Tree Farm Program is proud to congratulate Mr. Albert Fuller of Levy County as Florida’s 2022 Jon Gould Outstanding Tree Farmer of the ... READ MORE