The Taylor County Sheriff Office and the Florida Sea Grant-Taylor County Extension Office perform a derelict crab trap clean up in partnership with FDEP,USGS, UF/IFAS Extension, UF Nature Coast Biological Station and other volunteer groups ... READ MORE
Like all reptiles, sea turtles are ectothermic (cold-blooded) and cannot regulate their body temperature. If water temperatures drop below approximately 50°F (10°C), sea turtles become lethargic and are unable to swim, so they can be hit by ... READ MORE
by Barbara Dossey
Arbor Day celebrates the planting, caring for and education regarding the importance of trees. Florida Forestry Service, cooperating with UF Institute of Food and Agricultural Service (IFAS) Extension Levy County, provided ... READ MORE
In less than 30 years, 3,000-year-old oyster reefs off Florida’s Big Bend coastline have declined by 88 percent, according to University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers.
For residents who depend on the ... READ MORE
The UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station brochure was created to introduce the facility to the general public. It describes why UF/IFAS created the facility, states the station's mission, and explains future plans for the location. This brochure ... READ MORE