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Category: Forests

Advanced Assessment and Mitigation for Urban Tree Canopy Conservation

The City of Tampa, Florida developed and adopted an advanced assessment and mitigation strategy for urban forest canopy conservation. This strategy supports the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan (Northrop et al., 2013) that links forest monitoring and regulatory… Read More

Assistance Helps Farmers and Ranchers Conserve Natural Resources

Contact: Israel Vega 941.907.0011 ext. 3143 Application deadline for financial assistance is Nov. 20 GAINESVILLE, Fla., Oct. 8, 2020 — Florida farmers, ranchers and forest owners can apply until Nov. 20 for financial and technical assistance from USDA’s Natural Resources… Read More

NSF Fellow in SNRE – Nick Gengler

By Patrick Farrar Four outstanding graduate students in UF’s School of Natural Resources and Environment have received the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship Program awards from the National Science Foundation. The highly-competitive five-year fellowship grants them substantial financial support… Read More

Henry Davis: Honoring a legacy of service

UPDATE: On December 4 the University of Florida Board of Trustees approved the naming of The Henry and Nell Davis Pavilion at 4-H Camp Cherry Lake in Madison, FL. Henry P. Davis embodied the 4-H pledge for his… Read More

Caught on tape: UF wildlife researchers repurpose listening device to track poaching

Above: A margay, a type of small wild cat found in the rainforests of Belize. Getty Images If a poacher shoots a deer in the forest and no one sees it, did it really happen? That is not so… Read More

Tree-cycle: Recycle your Fall Leaves

Let the leaves be! If you have a tree in your landscape, tree-cycle your leaves as mulch or compost. This Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ practice will reduce the amount of waste that you generate while providing benefits to your landscape…. Read More

UF/IFAS to provide educational support for timber producers recovering from Hurricane Michael

When Hurricane Michael swept through the Florida Panhandle in 2018, the category 5 storm left in its wake years’ worth of losses to one of the area’s largest industries, timber. Per estimates from the Florida Forest Service, a… Read More