Hurricane Ian’s impact on Florida’s coast lingers, even weeks after the storm’s passing, leaving questions about derelict vessels, water quality and more. Florida Sea Grant UF/IFAS Extension agents and other experts answer commonly asked ... READ MORE
Florida Sea Grant is hosting a live event open to the public tomorrow to answer questions about impacts to coastal communities in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant experts will address questions related to boating ... READ MORE
· The Florida oyster aquaculture industry is rapidly growing but growers have experienced unexplainable mortality events in recent years.
· A new UF/IFAS program monitored oyster ... READ MORE
Demand for Florida stone crab is on the rise with prices at all-time highs.
Researchers are working to help crab populations and support the fishery.
A recent research study found that traps may not be a source of ... READ MORE
Horseshoe crabs are a vital part of Florida’s coastal ecology.
Their eggs are a major food source for shorebirds migrating north as well as many fish species.
A statewide Horseshoe Crab Watch is expanding into Miami-Dade County and ... READ MORE
SOUTHEAST FL. – [inlinetweet prefix="" tweeter="" suffix=""]What will your resolution be for 2021? If you live in Southeast Florida, there are plenty of eco-friendly opportunities to explore.[/inlinetweet]
In 2020, we learned to transform ... READ MORE
FLORIDA – A gap of knowledge surrounding the status and future of the Greater Amberjack (Seriola dumerili) is the driving force behind a $10 Million project involving the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences ... READ MORE
Some dogs love to swim in the water, and some may even take a bite from fish they locate floating on the water’s surface. The danger comes when dogs are exposed to waters with blue-green algae that are emitting toxins. That blue-green algae, ... READ MORE