Are you looking for a scary pumpkin this Halloween…a small pocket pumpkin you can hide in your costume or a giant 45-lb pumpkin to carve and greet trick-or-treaters. Lake May Farms is your local one-stop shop for fresh U-pick pumpkins and ... READ MORE
October is one of my favorite months of the year for many reasons, from the beginning of cooler weather to the love of pumpkin everything! October brings pumpkin to everything: scented candles, drinks and coffees, pies, muffins, breads, cakes, ... READ MORE
When you hear pumpkins you may think of fall, Halloween, and cooler weather. To enjoy all the goodies that pumpkins give us like pumpkin spice latte or pumpkin pie it first begins with a seed. I personally enjoy pumpkin spice latte. Regardless ... READ MORE
Hello, and welcome back to FSHN Research Journeys, which follows the research of graduate students in the Food Science and Human Nutrition program at The University of Florida. Today's guest poster is Skylar Moreno, a first-year master's degree ... READ MORE
Are you in need of pumpkins for the fall season?
Get your pumpkins from St. Johns County 4-H!
The start of a new 4-H year brought new youth and new ideas to the St. Johns County 4-H Program. Of these new ideas, the 4-H Pumpkin Project was initiated. ... READ MORE
Falls has arrived!
Fall is right around the corner and summer is slowly fading away. The not-so-hot, cooler weather flowing into our towns, late walks after work with the family, scary movies before we go to bed, and the special gatherings ... READ MORE
Have you heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project?
For many families that have a child with certain food allergies, the scariest part about Halloween is making sure their child does not ingest candy with the allergen. Common allergens, such as nuts ... READ MORE
When you hear the word "Fall"….What is the first color that comes to mind? What food?
“Orange and pumpkins?” “Red and apples? Think of all fruits and vegetables orange and red - apples, carrots, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, acorn and butternut ... READ MORE
January 1st, 2020. More than 51% of Americans started the year, as they have many others, with the New Year’s Resolution to “eat healthier” (Buchholz, 2019). What we know is that in a normal year, fewer than 10% of Americans maintain all ... READ MORE