By Carol Wyatt-Evens and Sarah Bostick
Gardening in Florida can be incredibly rewarding and incredibly frustrating, at the same time. If you are new to the region, you soon learn that gardening in the Sunshine State can quickly become a full-time ... READ MORE
This Spring has been very favorable for several moth species, and among them is the Tussock Moth. You may be seeing a profuse amount of the moth caterpillars around your home, work or farm. The major host of this caterpillar ... READ MORE
“Not All Who Wander Are Lost”
My Journey to Pesticide Safety Education
That quote “Not all who wander are lost” comes from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings (The Fellowship of the Ring, to be precise) and is very fitting for my ... READ MORE
Here's another oldie-but-goodie pulled from pages as IFAS migrates blogs. These are some of the public engagement with science (aka science outreach or informal science education or science communication) resources I have found in my day. Public ... READ MORE
Everyone’s experience in the Peace Corps is different, said Amanda Brinton, an Interdisciplinary Ecology graduate student. For Amanda, her experience in the jungles of Ecuador meant finding her passion for solid waste management.
Amanda is ... READ MORE
Article by UF/IFAS Extension Broward County Urban Horticulture Agent Lorna Bravo
Did you know that our urban areas are rapidly increasing worldwide?
Recognizing the urban home landscape as part of a more extensive natural system will help ... READ MORE
Can an image inspire someone to donate to an environmental cause? And if so, what kind of image—or series of images—motivates them to follow through on that impulse?
Amanda Arnold, associate editor of Professional Photographer, interviewed ... READ MORE
Congratulations to the UF/IFAS Extension Martin County for proclaiming commitment to conserve rare atala butterflies on their property. Download the conservation commitment HERE. This commitment is made possible by through participation ... READ MORE