Florida spiny lobster season occurs every year from August 6th-March 31st! Grab some delicious bugs while the season is open and enjoy some fresh from Florida seafood. Read the rest of the blog for information on Florida spiny lobster rules ... READ MORE
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University of Florida agricultural education and communication graduate students will connect students in pre-K through ... READ MORE
Mangroves on the move
Mangroves are a group of salt-tolerant trees that thrive in coastal areas. In Florida, mangroves dominate most shorelines in the southern and central portion of the state. Mangroves are tropical plants that cannot tolerate ... READ MORE
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many of us and our families at home. However, getting outdoors for fresh air and recreation is more important than ever. Being in nature can relieve stress and improve our emotional and mental wellbeing. Some area ... READ MORE
The 9 Principles of Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) can help protect our water, create beautiful neighborhoods, and support awesome wildlife!
The FFL Program is all about:
putting the "right plants" in the "right place"
giving ... READ MORE
This informative webinar entitled “Rain Gardens to Rain Barrels” was intended to support the Florida Master Gardener and Florida Master Naturalist continuing education program. It originally aired on March 26, 2020. Participants ... READ MORE
Effective Monday June 1, 2020, the UF/IFAS Extension Flagler County Office will be open to visitors by appointment only on a limited basis. Staff and most agents will be working in the office and answering calls, emails and questions posted ... READ MORE
Indian River County Cooperative Extension office is open for telephone chats and e-mail. We will be accepting face to face appointments only for those who do not have access to e-mail or smart phone with proper masks worn. The Extension ... READ MORE