Most of us are familiar with the traditional cowboy rodeo like the one held in Baker, FL each year. However, we have a different kind of rodeo happening in our backyard that some may not be as familiar with, the Destin Fishing Rodeo.
The ... READ MORE
During a recent fishing trip, as we jigged for bait and got repeated stuck by the tiny hooks, talk turned to the recent reports of a death and infections in the Florida Panhandle from the saltwater-dwelling bacterium, Vibrio vulnificus. Many ... READ MORE
Red Tide has been a persistent presence in the Panhandle since September and responsible for many reported fish kills and respiratory distress in some people. Over the past week, red tide was still present in low to medium concentrations in ... READ MORE
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Wells Water Safety after Hurricane Michael
October 22, 2018
To be read on the air or issued in print.
After a hurricane, is your well water safe to use?
If your private well or septic system was damaged during ... READ MORE
There are over 1000 springs identified in Florida. In the panhandle, the majority of the springs are karst or artesian springs rising deep from the Floridan Aquifer System within the states limestone base. Springs are unique and can be identified ... READ MORE
It was disheartening to read that even with a double red flag over 9 people had to be recused from the gulf this past weekend, and one person lost their life. In that spirit, I believe it is important to review information on the importance ... READ MORE
Your Marine Science and Sea Grant Extension agent is Laura Tiu. For questions related to Marine Science Issues please email Laura at email@example.com
Aquatic Resources Utilization - Stock ponds, aquaculture, artificial reefs, commercial ... READ MORE