Was your landscape swamped by the recent hurricane? Many plants in the landscape are not tolerant of standing water, especially salty or brackish water. Under these conditions the roots cannot get oxygen and essentially the root system suffocates. ... READ MORE
This Wednesday evening, UF/IFAS Extension Florida Sea Grant launches the “Seafood at Your Fingertips: LIVE” cooking series. Libby Carnahan, Pinellas County Agent, is bringing you some fresh ideas for an old favorite- the can of Tuna! Libby ... READ MORE
While the beaches in Pinellas County are gaining a lot of press, County Parks and Preserves have remained open for recreational exercise, with limited amenities, during the duration of the “Safer at Home” County Order . “Under the Governor’s ... READ MORE
The following is reprinted from the Tampa Bay Economic Development Council. They are updating this page daily.
Taking into consideration reported cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infections in Florida, the Tampa Bay EDC is providing resources ... READ MORE
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in Florida, I wanted to take a moment to update our UF/IFAS Extension community about our current status, best practices and next steps.
Please call your local UF/IFAS Extension office ... READ MORE
"I pledge...my hands to larger service…for my club, my community, my country and my world."
This part of the 4-H pledge is recited by 4-H'ers all over the globe...but what does it really mean? (more…) READ MORE
The Sunset over the Bay Sustainability Summit presented by the League of Women Voters at the FWC Florida Fish and Wildlife Institute brought about 200 guests in attendance last Saturday. The workshop presented information on solar co-ops, actions ... READ MORE
Tampa Bay is experiencing sea level rise. However, if we inform ourselves with the science and plan collectively as a community, we will be more resilient to any potential impacts. After a careful review of scientific research and associated ... READ MORE
Folks, a lot remains uncertain with Tropical Storm Erika as she passes over the Dominican Republic this afternoon, August 28, 2015. However, one thing we do know for certain- you can never be too prepared! Below are some helpful tips for next ... READ MORE
June 1 is right around the corner and that date signals the start of hurricane season. The new hurricane season forecast predicts the number of named storms and hurricanes in the 2015 Atlantic season to stay below historical averages. A total ... READ MORE