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UF Helps Educators Teach Importance of Pollinators

Middle school science teachers have a new tool from the University of Florida to teach students about pollinators and the role they play in producing food. Nicole Pinson and Alicia Lamborn, horticulture agents with the… Read More

Broward Residents to Survey Local Wildlife for Science

Get your binoculars ready — a BioBlitz is coming to Deerfield Beach. This citizen science event connects regular people with scientists to help collect information on the plants and animals in a given area. Think… Read More

UF Students Learn Policy Communication on Capitol Hill

By Jarred Shellhouse Visiting Washington, D.C. for the first time, University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) student Christine Krebs experienced how real-life policies and science intersect. During March 2-6, Krebs and her… Read More

Weekly Discovery Days Invite Public to Explore Marine Ecology

Who:    UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station What:    Discovery Days are a chance for families and individuals of all ages to get an up-close look at the animals, plants and ecosystems that make up the Nature… Read More

UF Celebrates Rockefeller Minority Scholars in First-Ever Reunion

When Sally Williams first stepped foot on the University of Florida campus in 1975 to begin her master’s degree studying food microbiology, she experienced culture shock. The fast-paced environment, bicycles everywhere and thousands of students… Read More

UF Students to Host First Annual ‘ExtravaCANza’ Event Benefitting the Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Field & Fork Pantry

Who: UF Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, UF Sigma Alpha professional sorority, and UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) What: The University of Florida Alpha Gamma Rho and Sigma Alpha organizations have partnered to… Read More

Got Horse Manure? UF/IFAS Program Offers Composting Solution

Horses may be beautiful animals, but like everyone, they poop. A lot. “A 1,000 pound horse can produce 10 tons of manure and stall waste each year,” said Mary Lusk, assistant professor of soil and… Read More