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Wildflowers: Nature At Its Most Beautiful

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director The thought of wildflowers tends to generate images of serene rural settings and the flawless appearance of nature at its most beautiful.  A spray of colors dances through the filtered sunlight… Read More

Fairy Shrimp Make Rare Appearance in Wakulla County

By: Les Harrison, UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director Tropical Storm Debby brought much needed rain to Wakulla County and the Big Bend region. Many, but not all, pastures, paddocks and hayfields have absorbed the moisture. Scattered showers since… Read More

Fairy Shrimp Make Rare Appearance in Wakulla County

By: Les Harrison, UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director Tropical Storm Debby brought much needed rain to Wakulla County and the Big Bend region.  Many, but not all, pastures, paddocks and hayfields have absorbed the moisture. Scattered showers since… Read More

Watch Livestock For Foot Rot

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director Tropical Storm Debby is headed out to sea, but the many problems she caused are still here.  One of particular concern to livestock owners is foot rot. It is a frequent… Read More

CAMPS AT WAKULLA EXTENSION

[portfolio_slideshow] By Shelley Swenson and Sherri Kraeft, UF IFAS/Wakulla Extension Campers are having a great week at Project Runway. They had hat day, they made duct tape art and lots of other fun things. These hands-on-learning experiences that teach… Read More

UF/IFAS Wakulla Extension Open House on June 23, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

[portfolio_slideshow] The growing season is here and there are some wonderful locally grown foods readily available.  Local gardens and orchards are bursting with fruits and vegetables. Locally produced, home grown fruits and vegetables have some very attractive features… Read More

Resource Stewardship Tips for 2012 Recreational Red Snapper Season

By Les Harrison, Wakulla County Extension Director and  L. Scott Jackson, Bay County Sea Grant Agent The 40-day 2012 Gulf of Mexico recreational Red Snapper season began June 1, and ends on July 1.  Fishermen are preparing to optimize… Read More

Wakulla Extension Offers Fun, Free Events

Join us for fun events 4-H Summer Camps – (each camp has a fee) click here for more information (note: Survival 101 is full and Bachelor/Bachelorette is canceled) Do you need help with your finances? Call for a Master Money Mentor… Read More