Written by 2023 UF/IFAS NCBS Undergraduate Intern Thaleia Roda
This summer, I had the pleasure of being the Nature Coast Biological Station’s (NCBS) Coastal Ecology Intern under Dr. Mike Allen. Since I was stationed at NCBS, I became ... READ MORE
Friday, April 21, marks the launch of our new SFFGS website! Over the past months, the IFAS Web Team has been working on transferring the content of https://ffgs.ifas.ufl.edu into a newly redesigned website. However, since this is a new design ... READ MORE
Property owners, professional landscapers and arborists struggle to keep Florida's landscapes and tree canopies thriving amid hurricanes, pests, diseases, climate change and other impacts.
To help communities and industries plan, manage ... READ MORE
Written by Ashley McDonald, UF/IFAS NCBS Research Scientist
The Suwannee River system was targeted this past winter by biologists in electrofishing boats to study a new addition to the local fish community, the recently ... READ MORE
Written by Ashley McDonald, Biological Scientist at UF/IFAS NCBS
What's a Fish Slam?
NCBS staff researcher (Ashley McDonald) and master’s student (Zoey Hendrickson) were two of dozens of biologists from 12 organizations that congregated ... READ MORE
It's 2023 and along with those New Year's resolutions, put becoming a better steward of Florida's marine environments and fisheries near top of your list!
Florida is the fishing capital of the world with over 4 million unique fishing license ... READ MORE
It was built in the late 1930’s by the Works Progress Administration to help starving people survive the Depression. The idea was to create a state-run fish hatchery, insuring fish were healthy at every step from spawn to adult. These ... READ MORE
What is Florida Friendly Angler?
Florida Friendly Angler is a free, online course open to anyone, especially anglers looking to up their game! The course teaches skills and practices that help fish and the environment, a win-win for our ... READ MORE
Reef donkeys, amber tuna and AJs are all titles you may have heard for the greater amberjack (GAJ) but if you can’t remember this species’ name, you sure will remember the first time you caught one as these fish provide legendary fights ... READ MORE