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Stepping Outside the Classroom: Science Communication to Improve the Conservation of Coastal Resources

Shannon KehoeFebruary 12th, 2024By: Marisa Crowhurst, AEC Graduate Student University of Florida (UF) undergraduate students explored Florida’s Nature Coast in Cedar Key, climate change impacts, coastal conservation, and science communication through an experiential learning experience called the Uncommon Classroom Experience. The Department of Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) professors Dr. Lisa Lundy and Dr. Jamie Loizzo piloted this […]

Legacy Herbicides in Lake Sediment

Christine KrebsFebruary 23rd, 2022Located in Highlands County, Florida, Lake Istokpoga is the state’s fifth-largest lake (approximately 27,000 acres). Many stakeholders use this lake; from anglers and boaters to birdwatchers and hunters, including the local ecotourism industry and lake residents. In recent years, Lake Istokpoga has not seen submersed aquatic vegetation (SAV) growth and stakeholders have grown increasingly concerned […]

Now Online: Water Wednesday Landing Page

Caroline WarwickJuly 21st, 2020Water Wednesday, a series of videos aimed at sharing information from UF/IFAS experts with Central Floridians on a variety of water conservation practices, has a new website. The new Water Wednesday site, which highlight’s the weekly Facebook Live video series produced by the Central District Water Resources Team, contains a directory of previous videos and […]

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