Public Service Announcement:
YOU can help prevent "muhly mutilation!"
Every year, just as the fall muhly grass extravaganza is about to begin...
...an unfortunate (but fully preventable) horror-show occurs. And this one isn't related to ... READ MORE
Yes, it's been raining buckets all summer. Hopefully your sprinklers have gotten a good rest... BUT... when the fall "dry season" arrives in central FL, are your sprinklers ready to put water where it's needed, when ... READ MORE
The exchange of gifts seems to be the crux of it all, and while showing a loved one you care through a meaningful present has value, it can be blown out of proportion. Stress around finding the right gift, not to mention the ecological ... READ MORE
It’s that time of year again for red and green plants to be used to spread holiday cheer. Poinsettias still reign as a common holiday ornamental used as gifts and decorations.
In addition to the traditional red color, varieties of poinsettias ... READ MORE
Whether you call it Spotted Beebalm, Dotted Horsemint, or Monarda punctata, the blooming of this native wildflower is a reliable signal that the end* is near.
Each year, as children are heading back to school, ... READ MORE
Holiday Spending The holiday season will soon be upon us. It seems to begin earlier each year placing more stress on both retailers and consumers. Retailers struggle to sell more products while consumers are subjected to a bombardment of messages ... READ MORE
Local, seasonal food has been the subject of federal, state, and local government policy in recent years as consumer interest in and demand for this kind of food has grown. In fact, research from the UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education ... READ MORE
Economical. Since frozen fruits and vegetables are not influenced by the influx of seasonal pricing due to harvest times and supply and demand; prices remain relatively constant. Watch for sales and stock up when the prices are hot!
Convenient. ... READ MORE
By Les Harrison, Wakulla County Extension Director
and L. Scott Jackson, Bay County Sea Grant Agent
The 40-day 2012 Gulf of Mexico recreational Red Snapper season began June 1, and ends on July 1. Fishermen are preparing to optimize their ... READ MORE