The month of April is Florida 4-H Volunteer appreciation month! We are using this time to thank four of our exceptional volunteers that enable us to inspire and educate the youth of Nassau County.
Nassau County 4-H is blessed to have so, ... READ MORE
Does it seem like you have a ZOOM meeting scheduled everyday now? If you're not used to the platform it can certainly be intimidating.
However, by using this time to master your skills as a virtual meeting participant you are opening up ... READ MORE
Citrus: Depending on citrus fertilizer label, apply fertilizer every six weeks or as directed. If using a slow release fertilizer apply March, June, and September. Check for citrus insects; apply insecticidal soap before 10am or after 6pm if ... READ MORE
Don’t Touch Your Face: Tips
The message is everywhere. From the CDC and public health officials to memes on social media, we’ve all heard it: Don’t touch your face. It’s one supposedly simple step you can take towards “flattening ... READ MORE
Get Started Now in 5 Easy Steps:
Create a video teaching the world how to do something in 3 minutes. Here is an example:
Edit the video.
Email the video to Nassau4h@gmail.com (We will post your video on ... READ MORE
What is "intentional"?
Intentional is doing something deliberately, with purpose, and whole-hearted.
When it comes to riding, there's absolutely nothing wrong with a good play or leisurely stroll, however, to improve our horses and ourselves ... READ MORE
Update from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Travelers returning from countries that have a Level 3 Travel Health Notice (widespread, ongoing transmission of COVID-19) need to stay home for 14 days from the time the traveler left ... READ MORE
Gopher Tortoises Spend Eighty Percent of Their Time in Burrows
You may have been driving down a road in the middle of nowhere Florida and noticed a large tortoise crossing. It most likely was a gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus). These ... READ MORE
The short answer is very little. I know it is March and everyone is excited to bring out their pruners, but this is one plant to leave alone. Camellias grow very slowly, and they do not need to be pruned into shrubs or kept short. Any dead, ... READ MORE
Rebecca Jordi on First Coast Living: Learn more about beautiful bluebirds and how you can attract them to your landscape.
https://www.firstcoastnews.com/video/news/local/first-coast-living/rebeccajordi/77-fa8ad47e-4264-4b54-9683-2193799a678f READ MORE