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UF/IFAS Extension
Bay County

The UF/IFAS Extension Bay County is a Federal-State-County partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences, and enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life by making that information accessible.

Contact

bay@ifas.ufl.edu
(850) 784-6105
2728 E 14th St
Panama City, FL 32401-5022

Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - Noon and 1pm - 5pm
Closed for Lunch (Noon - 1pm)

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Hurricane Recovery Community Resources
Our hearts are with those impacted by Hurricane Michael.  UF/IFAS Extension faculty are working to compile lists of recovery resources

10/25/2018

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Spreading the News: Peanut Butter Challenge
The University of Florida does not endorse any particular brand of peanut butter. Originally printed in the Lynn Haven Ledger Once again, UF/IFAS Extension faculty and staff will be collecting unopened jars of peanut butter from residents, volunteer groups and businesses in 16 northwest Florida counties

10/02/2018

Abandoned Vessels: When Sailboats and Sunset Dreams become Nightmares!
Originally printed in the Lynn Haven Ledger September 21, 2018 The serene allure of life at sea fishing or sailing on Bay County’s sparkling emerald waters is enticing. These inspiring dreams and sounds of ocean waves send many of us off to blissful sleep each night

09/18/2018

Peanut Butter Challenge Fights Hunger, One Jar at a Time
We hear a lot about hunger. You’ve no doubt seen public service announcements on television, asking you to give to charitable organizations to help feed people

10/04/2018

Wells Water Safety after Hurricane Michael
PSA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 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 the storm, your well water may be contaminated with harmful bacteria

10/23/2018

Power Outage PSA
After a hurricane, is the food in your home safe to eat? If you lost power, be careful: the food in your fridge or pantry could make you and your family sick. If refrigerated or frozen foods stay at higher temperatures for even a few hours, they can be unsafe to consume, even if they’re cooked afterwards

10/19/2018

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    Abandoned Vessels: When Sailboats and Sunset Dreams become Nightmares!
    Originally printed in the Lynn Haven Ledger September 21, 2018 The serene allure of life at sea fishing or sailing on Bay County’s sparkling emerald waters is enticing. These inspiring dreams and sounds of ocean waves send many of us off to blissful sleep each night

    09/18/2018

    Aging and End of Life Decisions
    Did you know that in 2011, the “baby boom” generation began to turn 65? By 2030, it is projected that 20% or 1 in 5 people will be age 65 or older. The “oldest old”, those aged 85 and over, are the most growing elderly age group

    06/13/2018