Nursing homes and assisted living facilities have been disproportionately affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in the state of Florida. According to a recent New York Times article there have been a total of 5,576 diagnosed cases ... READ MORE
You Can Receive a Stimulus Check Even If:
you have no income
don't receive social security benefits
did not file income taxes in 2018 or 2019
You still qualify for a Stimulus Check of $1,200
To File You Must Sign Up Online and ... READ MORE
Hello Nassau County families!
2020 has been an unprecedented and challenging year, but we are always so incredibly impressed with the resiliency of our youth and parents. Thank you for adjusting and staying positive with us as we navigate ... READ MORE
Project and Record Books are due June 1st.
We will be receiving Record books, Clover Awards, and project posters. Please read the following guidelines for the process as it is different from year's past.
Project and Record books are an ... READ MORE
According to the University of Florida/IFAS Invasive Species Council, invasive species are organisms that are non-native to an area, introduced by humans, and are causing an environmental or economic problem. For residents and visitors to Florida, ... READ MORE
Talking to children about COVID-19 can be challenging for parents, family members, and other trusted adults. The goal is to help children make sense of what they hear from the media and others in a way that is honest and accurate, while minimizing ... READ MORE
Among the sandy dunes of northeast Florida, there’s a plant quietly replicating itself. It outcompetes our native beach species slowly altering the ecology. Mother of Millions (Kalanchoe x houghtonii) or sometimes called Chandelier plant, ... READ MORE
BUILDING ON THE ALREADY ESTABLISHED FOOD SAFETY BEST PRACTICES:
Prohibiting sick employees in the workplace
Strict handwashing practices that include how and when to wash hands
Strong procedures and practices to clean and sanitize ... READ MORE
Citrus: Depending on citrus fertilizer label, apply fertilizer every six weeks or as directed. Check for citrus insects; apply insecticidal soap when insects are present, which can be purchased at most local garden centers. We prefer you use ... READ MORE
The month of April is Florida 4-H Volunteer appreciation month! We are using this time to thank five 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