Category: Natural Resources

Citizen Scientists Needed to Survey Seagrass, Seaweed in Charlotte Harbor

Soon snorkelers will begin canvassing the floor of Charlotte Harbor. They’ll be on a scavenger hunt of sorts—a hunt for data. The data they collect will help scientists get a better picture of the health of the harbor,… Read More

Leon County Sustainable Community Summit

UF/IFAS Extension Agents and Master Gardeners of Leon County have partnered with the Leon County Office of Resource Stewardship to lead multiple educational activities at this year’s Leon County Sustainable Community Summit. The conference is breaking out of… Read More

Broward Residents to Survey Local Wildlife for Science

Get your binoculars ready — a BioBlitz is coming to Deerfield Beach. This citizen science event connects regular people with scientists to help collect information on the plants and animals in a given area. Think of it as… Read More

Beauty of the Unseen World: Native Plant Photography Master Naturalist Final Project

Pollinating insects get food from plants in the form of nectar and pollen.  Flowers benefit when these insects help disperse the plant’s genetic material.  To encourage this pollinator/flower relationship, many plants have developed specialized features to attract pollinators. … Read More

Women in Ag: Emily Taylor and Jordan Ferguson

By Teresa Suits, agricultural education and communication master’s student (BS ’17) During Women’s History Month, the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) will be sharing stories of how graduate students support undergraduate students in the areas… Read More

Understanding How Environmental Drivers Influence Spotted Seatrout Recruitment in Cedar Key

Written by: Samara Nehemiah, Master’s Student with UF/IFAS Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, are one of the most sought-after sport fish in the state of Florida. This species can be found across the eastern United States… Read More

Soil and Water Sciences Transfer Student Recognized

Soil and Water Sciences student Lindsay Furr is a finalist for the Emelie Matthews Award of Excellence. The honor recognizes outstanding graduating transfer students in the University of Florida’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. Furr transferred to… Read More