Gone are the days when the most mischief a teenager could stir up with a phone was limited to making prank calls. The current digital landscape, with its myriad of online platforms, has ushered in a host of undesired behaviors that can have ... READ MORE
What career path do I want to take when I finish high school? Where do I want to go for college or tech school? How will I find time to study between school, practice, and my job? Why does this person always pick on me? What if I am not as smart ... READ MORE
Your favorite thing is to get in front of a room full of people and speak, right? If not, you are not alone; in fact, you are part of the majority. The fear of public speaking is the most common phobia ahead of death, spiders, or heights. The ... READ MORE
Start Them Young
Audrey Hepburn once said, “As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself and one for helping others.” Although when it comes to helping others, in 4-H, we don’t wait ... READ MORE
March of 2000, wasn’t that a million years ago? That was the last time I walked into the show ring at the Putnam County Fair as a youth exhibitor. Who would have thought I would come back to that same arena as the University of Florida/IFAS ... READ MORE
Gabby Salazar is a social scientist, photographer and fourth-year doctoral student in the School of Forest, Fisheries and Geomatics Sciences. Her new book published by National Geographic is titled “No Boundaries: 25 Women Explorers ... READ MORE
Ever wonder what heroes eat to keep their powers?
Look no further! Let’s dive into what it takes to eat like a superhero and how the food groups increase their power!
The following is based on recommendations for children aged 2-8 years ... READ MORE
Hurricanes need warm water, moist air, an area of low pressure. Storms that become hurricanes start in the ocean, near the equator, where the water is at least 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The warm ocean water evaporates into the warm ... READ MORE