Tag: Wakulla

Grade Your Kitchen’s Cleanliness

Article and audio introduction by Samantha Kennedy, Family and Consumer Sciences If you are anything like me, kitchen cleanliness is very important. Everything is tidy and in its place, there is no expired food in the pantry or… Read More

These hitchhikers are members of the daisy family

July 25, 2019 One of the great mysteries of life, at least to homeowners attempting to have the perfect landscape, is how weeds suddenly appear in the most unexpected place, in other words there yard. Weeds, by definition,… Read More

Aphids are the vampires of the plant world

July 18, 2019 Horror movies have, for over a century, featured a pantheon of destructive creatures rampaging through the world. Their characteristic have varied over the decades, but they always manage to return. In recent years zombies have… Read More

Wakulla County Extension “2019 Courtyard Mural” Unveiling

The Extension Office Before It takes vision to see past something that may seem ordinary or dull in order to imagine the possibilities of all the great things that it could become. In this case, that something was… Read More

The Living On My Own Financial Education Program Comes to Wakulla on August 2!

What is Living On My Own? Living On My Own (LOMO) is a hands-on, real-life simulation.  In this activity,  youth experience their futures in a fun and exciting way. During the program, participants learn how to make healthy… Read More

Sunscreen Made Simple

Article and audio introduction by Samantha Kennedy, Family and Consumer Sciences The sun is already scorching here in Wakulla County and it is not even officially summer yet. It is a constant and relentless companion when we are… Read More

Master Gardener Spring Garden

  The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is an Equal Opportunity Institution authorized to provide research, educational information, and other services only to individuals and institutions that function with non-discrimination with respect to race, creed, color,… Read More

Six Common Falling Hazards in the Home

As we get older, our risk of falling increases. In fact, falling once doubles the chances of falling again. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one out of five falls causes serious injury such… Read More

Those mysterious craters in the yard

Spring has sprung in Wakulla County, and the fact is reflected in the activity of the local flora and fauna. As expected, plants are sprouting leaves and blooming, and insect activity is accelerating. Curiously, other cryptic manifestations indicate… Read More