Species On The Move is back!
Species On The Move is an international conference series on climate change covering marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems. Species On The Move 2023 will be hosted by the University of Florida in Everglades ... READ MORE
Friends and Colleagues, thank you for your continued support of the Florida Master Naturalist Program! For our 20th Anniversary, we want to come together to celebrate!
Join us the week of November 1-7 for the FMNP Festival to celebrate 20 years ... READ MORE
We’re highlighting all things Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) in 2021 as the program marks its 20th anniversary. To learn more about FMNP, view the first blog post here.
By Haley Hanson and Nicole Brand
This month we are ... READ MORE
"For in the end, we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught." - Baba Dioum
These words, spoken in 1968 before the General Assembly of the International Union for the ... READ MORE
If you are interested in taking Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) courses, you still can – FMNP courses are being offered online. Unless otherwise noted, the online courses will still include field trips and/or in-person activities, ... READ MORE
We are excited to announce that the Florida Master Naturalist Program (FMNP) is offering online courses. The first offering, Coastal Shoreline Restoration (CSR), is scheduled for April 28 through May 12 and is open for registration (https://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/fmnp/CR20-06Live%20ONLINE%20via%20Zoom.html). ... 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
Introduction to the Lone Cabbage Oyster Reef Restoration Project
Thursday, October 26, 7:00 p.m.
Community Center, 809 6th Street, Cedar Key
In less than 30 years, 3,000-year-old oyster reefs off Florida’s Big Bend coastline have declined ... READ MORE
Each week on the blog we pull back the curtain on our Wildlife Ecology & Conservation graduate students’ seminar class. This post is by master’s student Elysia Webb.
Dr. Lisa Davenport had a mystery on her hands: her birds kept disappearing.
During ... READ MORE
By Kodiak Hengstebeck, Masters student, Wildlife Ecology & Conservation Dept.
The Florida Everglades are collapsing. Or, at least, some areas of the park are washing away. Hordes of wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers alike visit the ... READ MORE