We rely on professionals – individuals with special expertise and training, such as biologists or planners to make decisions about best practices to guide development, policies and operations.
When it comes to climate change, who is the ... READ MORE
While living in Florida has its perks, the one thing that can ruin it (and rather quickly) is hurricane season. By now we should have all our hurricane preparation plan ready. But Wait! There is one more thing you need to do to prepare.
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As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
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The nation’s economy, public health, infrastructure, and natural resources face an immediate and continued threat from climate change impacts, warns the comprehensive 4th National Climate Assessment (NCA4) released last Friday.
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Hurricane season starts June 1st, now is the time to prepare your landscape to weather the upcoming hurricane season.
Now is the time to examine the trees surrounding your home. Look at the whole tree from the crown to the root flare.
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Tropical Storm Fay has just passed through the Florida Keys. It was mostly a rain event but in some areas there were lightning strikes, 50 mph winds and standing water. With that happening trees had the potential of being struck by lightning ... READ MORE