Burning hayfields or pastures can reduce insect and disease pressure the following summer. Timely late winter burns (late February, early March) can offer several benefits to a hay or livestock producer. Burning off thatch kills annual weed seeds… Read More
Here are activities to help members get to know each other, break up cliques, and decrease disruptions during meetings. Birthday Line-up Have members line up in a straight line by their birth date without talking to each other…. Read More
By: Mike Goodchild, Walton County Extension Agent Most of us have heard the credit card advertisement “What’s in Your Wallet?” (which may not be much these days given the cost of feed and fertilizer). It is important to… Read More
Forests are the dominant land use in Florida. They cover almost half of Florida’s 34 million acres of land. Three quarters of Florida’s forests are in private ownership. There are an estimated 300,000 private forest landowners in the state, ranging from… Read More
Welcome to the Walton County Horticulture website. The Walton County Horticulture Agent is Daniel Leonard. For more information email Daniel at email@example.com.
Family & Consumer Sciences provides educational programs focused on: Nutrition, Health & Food Safety Provide adults and youth with knowledge and skills regarding nutrition, diet, and health. Programs include classes, media, and outreach efforts. Family Nutrition Program and the… Read More
Your Marine Science and Sea Grant Extension agent is Laura Tiu. For questions related to Marine Science Issues please email Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org Aquatic Resources Utilization – Stock ponds, aquaculture, artificial reefs, commercial fishing, and tourism. Shoreline… Read More
Walton County Extension Agriculture information. Growers Permit– complete and submit to Ag Agent Interested in participating in local farmers’ markets .…submit a vendor survey