Pierce Jones - email@example.com, (352) 392-8074
GAINESVILLE, FLA. --- As more consumers struggle with record-breaking energy costs and rapid urban growth puts a strain on Florida's natural resources, ... READ MORE
Have you done a spot-check on your home electronics lately? Today’s gadgetry often includes little blinking lights, red lights, green lights, amber lights, etc. just to let you know they are working. These little devils are stealing from ... READ MORE
By: James StevensonWatering lawns and landscape plants can account for up to 50 percent of an average homeowner’s total water use. Watering a typical 5,000 square-foot yard with an in-ground sprinkler system could cost from $4 to $10 per ... READ MORE
By: James StevensonPinellas County is the second smallest and most densely populated county in Florida. In Pinellas County we are reaching build-out, a condition in which virtually no large undeveloped vacant parcels remain (Pinellas County ... READ MORE
Stu Hutson - (352) 273-3569
Bryan Fluech, firstname.lastname@example.org, (239) 417-6310 x225
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- At virtually every seaport mankind has ever built, you're sure to see a pelican at some time or another. The birds ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Arsenic is notorious for its toxic effects on people, but it can be just as dangerous to plants - most of them, anyway.
One exception is the Chinese brake fern, a nondescript-looking bracken that can soak ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Home buyers appreciate the benefits of "green" communities, but residents don't necessarily lead more eco-friendly lives than their neighbors in traditional homes, according to two University of Florida studies ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- If a trip to Mars seems like it would be a tough journey, imagine what it would be like on the outside of the spaceship.
Earth bacteria can be extraordinarily tough—rugged enough, in fact, to survive on the outside of ... READ MORE