For the third year, the Chamber of Commerce has coordinated a two-day festival to help Jackson County citizens celebrate national Farm-City Week. The festival events included an awards breakfast, antique tractor drive down Highway 90, a lawn ... READ MORE
Four true friends from a local church joined together on Saturdays at a local farm during deer season. There was the farmer who provided the land, a doctor who was skilled at cutting up the meat, a lawyer who provided the hunting buggy, and ... READ MORE
Last week a store manager at a local hardware store overheard the clerk saying to a customer, "No, ma'am, we haven't had any for some weeks now, and it doesn't look as if we'll be getting any soon."
Alarmed by what was being said, the manager ... READ MORE
The Chinese elms in my yard are under attack. They are dropping leaves and the temperature's still in the 70s. Upon closer look, they aren't just dropping leaves but the tips of branches too. What is going on? Is there a new insect pest ... READ MORE
October is historically one of the driest months of the year in the Florida Panhandle. Much of the western portion of the Panhandle, however, was "O-for-October," with little to no rainfall this year. Northern Jefferson ... READ MORE
John and Mary were married for 56 years, and lived on the farm they cherished that had been in their family for three generations. After John died in 2010, Mary decided to keep living on the farm, but passed the business operation on to her ... READ MORE
The Jackson County Master Gardeners are selling daffodil bulbs. Bulbs are sold in paper bags for $5.00 per bag. Bulb counts vary per bag based on bulb size. For descriptions of available bulbs please see the attached flyer.
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UF/IFAS Beef Cattle & Forage Specialists, and County Extension Agents serving the Florida Panhandle worked to develop a basic management calendar for cattle producers. The purpose of this calendar is to provide reminders for management ... READ MORE
A male college student and a much older alumni sitting in front of him had a heated exchange at a recent college football game. The young man was enjoying heckling the coaches and players and shouting obscenities at the referees. The older ... READ MORE
Help UF/IFAS Jackson County Extension "Take a Bite Out of Hunger!"
Join the UF/IFAS Jackson County Extension Office in our efforts to help provide HEALTHY peanut butter, produced from LOCALLY GROWN peanuts to the Backpack for Kids Program here ... READ MORE