The state of Florida is famous for its sunshine, beaches, and summertime fun. However, as Floridians, we know that summer also means thunderstorms, and thunder doesn’t happen without lightning. In this episode, we will explore the basic ... READ MORE
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Water is an essential consideration during a natural disaster such as a Hurricane or Tropical Storm. If you're reading this while a storm is in the forecast for ... READ MORE
With hurricane season well under way, it’s important to remember to plan ahead. When it comes to food, you want to be sure that it is stored safely in the event of a power outage. Here are some tips to help ensure that your food is properly ... READ MORE
About three of every four Floridians live along the coast, and mangrove trees often dot waterfront properties. Sometimes owners want to trim the mangroves so they can see the sea better.
But the state regulates mangrove trimming. The 1996 ... READ MORE
Interested in learning more about private wells and septic systems in Florida? The UF/IFAS Extension Central District Water Resources program is hosting a series of four webinars for Florida homeowners interested in learning more about your ... READ MORE
Its that time of year again. Hurricane Season, and with it comes lots of wind and rain. Sometimes too much wind and rain. It is important to be prepared for whatever mother nature throws your way. Especially when you have citrus groves.
Hurricane ... READ MORE
As our oceans warm, hurricanes are becoming more intense and slower-moving, resulting in greater potential damage from heavy winds and flooding. The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Southeast Climate Hub developed a series of guides specifically ... READ MORE
Is Your Yard Ready for Hurricane Season?
Living in South Florida it is hard not to get anxious about the summer storms. Hurricane season runs from the beginning of June thru November.
When everyone is busy preparing their homes and getting ... READ MORE
We all know we need to prepare ourselves and our homes for hurricanes, but have you ever thought about preparing your landscape for these powerful storms?
Building codes exist to reduce damage from strong winds and high water on structures, ... READ MORE
After major storm events, initial clean-up focuses on broken branches, blown over trees, and anything in the landscape displaced by the wind and water. However, did you know some of the damage make take much longer to show up. This is especially ... READ MORE