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Top five eco-friendly resolutions for 2021 just for Southeast Florida

image - Biscayne Bay waterway in Miami

SOUTHEAST FL. – [inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]What will your resolution be for 2021?  If you live in Southeast Florida, there are plenty of eco-friendly opportunities to explore.[/inlinetweet] In 2020, we learned to transform our backyards and balconies into edible gardens year-round. We adapted to work-at-home solutions. Educators became students… Read More

Is indoor farming a solution? UF/IFAS scientists explain

rows of lettuce grown hydroponically

DAVIE, Fla. – At one time, the concept of vegetables growing inside a temperature-controlled facility where LED lights and advanced technology set the pace for year-round harvesting, promoted photosynthesis and water use efficiency, and required… Read More

South Florida Community, UF/IFAS TREC Celebrate 90 Years of Milestones for Agricultural Sustainability

HOMESTEAD, Fla. – State representatives, Miami Dade city officials, South Florida business leaders, and residents gathered for an evening themed One Night in the Tropics to celebrate the rich history of a Homestead agricultural icon… Read More

Ready to Lead Haiti’s Agricultural Sector, Scholars Prepare to Head Home with UF Master’s Degrees

HOMESTEAD/GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Riphine Mainviel and Rédjino Mompremier have firsthand knowledge of Haiti’s struggles to address food insecurity, a weakened agricultural sector, and a struggling economy. As natives of Haiti, they each grew up facing… Read More

How to Start this School Year on the Greenest Foot

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — As students ready themselves for the upcoming lessons of this new school year, one lesson can start before they set foot in the classroom. University of Florida experts share just a few… Read More

UF/IFAS organic strawberry research featured in e-book

Cutline below GAINESVILLE, Fla. – A new e-book from the University of Arkansas System features University of Florida scientists’ quest to establish a Florida organic strawberry industry. A chapter titled “Organic open-field and high tunnel… Read More

Food, sustainability and climate change experts to speak in Gainesville April 2-3

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida will host a climate symposium April 2-3 that will feature leading authorities on food, sustainability and climate change. Registration has closed for the event, but members of the… Read More