UF/IFAS Study Illustrates Value Floridians, Others Place on Springs

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Thousands of people take the cool plunge into one or more of Florida’s 1,000-plus springs each year, and each person derives $20 to $43 in recreational value beyond their travel expenses per visit, a new… Read More

UF Alumni Honored with Horizon Awards from College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Bernie LeFils and Avery Sams met in high school at the Florida FFA Leadership Training Center, and became engaged during their time at the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS). Bernie majored in… Read More

UF Study: Large Termite Colonies Less Vulnerable to Sprays Than Baits

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Liquid sprays don’t control large subterranean termite colonies as well as baits, giving more credence to the benefits of baits as a way to minimize the bugs’ damage to structures, a new University of Florida… Read More

Crayfish Personalities May Be Key to Understanding Water Ecosystems

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Just like people come in different personalities, animals vary in their behavior. For example, some crayfish can be shier while others are bolder, a University of Florida scientist says. While crayfish are known as those… Read More