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 ... READ MORE
March 30, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
The UF/IFAS Extension Wakulla Office is holding a septic system program Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. “After the flush: Septic systems demystified” will cover a variety of locally important areas ... READ MORE
Spring is the high season for moving to a new location offers many benefits, but challenges too. The big housing question is where is a suitable relocation site which will offer all the amenities needed with the prospects of improving one’s ... READ MORE
Herbs and Vegetable Plants
This spring we will have several different herbs and vegetables for sale. Plants have been propagated from seeds or cuttings from Master Gardeners’ right here in our area. Plants are suited to our local gardening ... READ MORE
Being refined can be a desirable quality. It reflects a process in which the best possible features have been distilled and are on display.
With this refining process there are traits which are curbed, and sometimes lost forever. While ... READ MORE
The Wakulla Master Gardeners are busy dividing plants from their own yards or raising seedlings for this year’s plant sale. Here are a few of the plants we will have available for the plant sale:
Oak Leaf Hydrangea (Hydrangea ... READ MORE
Wakulla County Residents Reminisce
The road work on highway 319 has affected almost every resident of Wakulla County. Pastures, timberland and even a few roadside stores are now in the process of being converted to a speedy route to the coast ... READ MORE
Thrush, The Bacterial Infection
The plentiful rain fall in recent months has a number of benefits. Among these is ample moisture for forage production in pastures and paddocks.
Unfortunately, too much of a good thing (rainwater) can be ... READ MORE
Benefits of Living in Wakakulla County
One of the many benefits of living in Wakulla County is the relatively mild winters. While the days and nights are not the subtropical temperatures of south Florida in February, the thermometer readings ... READ MORE
Native Plant, Animal and Fungus Species
Florida, including Wakulla County, is home to a wide variety of native plant, animal and fungus species which make up the biosphere. These lifeforms exist collectively and, with the aid of the weather, ... READ MORE