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Tools of the Trade: Monitoring Invasive Aquatic Plant Infestations

Christine KrebsMarch 25th, 2024This blog post was written by Jonathan Glueckert, a biological scientist with UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. Behind every public lake is a team of biologists, natural resource managers, researchers, and decision makers whose job is to manage our freshwater resources. Management decisions are based on data collected by these professionals who use […]

Cat’s-claw vine

Susan GildersleeveMarch 1st, 2024At last, spring is here!* With the warming weather and longer day lengths, plants that have been dormant over the winter start to wake up. New leaves are growing on the trees, flowers are beginning to bloom, and if you have a loved one with allergies, you will have noticed that oak tree pollen is […]

5 in under 5: Quick Fixes for a Florida-Friendly New Year

Stephanie MeansFebruary 15th, 2024With the turn of the calendar into a new year comes the pressure to create and stick to a resolution.  The topics of conservation and environmental impact are top of mind for many this time of year.  Here are 5 easy environmentally friendly modifications you can implement in your landscape.  These changes require less than […]

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