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Resources for Storm Recovery

photos of storm damage to nurseries and farms & title "Tropical Storm Eta"

Tropical Storm Eta added to the heavy rainfall our area has experienced recently, worsening flooding and causing some wind damage in many parts of Martin County.  Nursery and vegetable growers are facing potential losses of… Read More

Using CFAP2 Funding in Marketing to Local Consumers

cluster of tomatoes on the vine

This article shares information on the 2nd iteration of CFAP funding and ways growers can use the funds in marketing their products to local consumers.  Marketing recommendations are based on a focus group study conducted… Read More

COVID-19 Testing for Agribusinesses In and Around Martin County

person getting tested for COVID-19 during drive-up testing

With the fall vegetable growing season starting and agricultural professionals returning to prepare fields and plant as the pandemic continues, many agribusinesses are seeking COVID-19 testing for employers and employees.  Currently, Martin County offers testing… Read More

Keeping Your Workplace Safe During the Pandemic: Tips for Employers

man working on farm

Keeping workplaces safe during the pandemic takes a cooperative effort between employers and employees.  Both need accurate, current information on precautions to keep themselves and others from being exposed to COVID-19.  Here are a few… Read More

Protect Yourself from COVID-19: Tips for Employees

agricultural worker walks through farm

Keeping workplaces safe during the pandemic takes a cooperative effort between employers and employees.  Both need accurate, current information on precautions to keep themselves and others from being exposed to COVID-19.  Here are a few… Read More

Actualizacion Sobre el COVID-19 o Coronavirus

sign partly in Spanish, thanking people for social distancing

Me complace presentarle a la Dra. Mary Ann Cabrera, Director Médico, Departamento de Salud de la Florida, Condados de Martin y Okeechobee. Médico de Salud Pública con más de 25 años de experiencia en Colombia… Read More

Rain Sensors Help Protect Our River and Lagoon

irrigation running during flooding caused by recent rains

On a walk through neighborhoods between periods of heavy rain, have you ever seen sprinklers running unnecessarily?  During our rainy summers, the sight is pretty common, especially in the early mornings.  All the extra water… Read More

Keeping Farm & Landscape Workers Safe: Information Employers Need to Share with Employees

This blog is part of a series focused on keeping agricultural and green industry employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Other blogs in the series cover steps employers can take to protect employees and what… Read More

Keeping Farm & Landscape Workers Safe: Steps Employers Can Take to Protect Workers

sweet pepper ready for harvest; agricultural employers need to know steps they can take to keep their workers safe during the pandemic

This blog is part of a series focused on keeping agricultural and green industry employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Other blogs in the series cover information employers need to share with employees and what… Read More

Keeping Farm & Landscape Workers Safe: When Employees are Sick or Exposed to COVID-19

an agricultural worker starts new seedlings in trays; agricultural employers must manage COVID-19 to keep workers safe

This blog is part of a series focused on keeping agricultural and green industry employees safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Other blogs in the series cover information employers need to share with employees and steps… Read More