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Clay County

UF/IFAS Extension Clay County provides research-based information and educational programs to improve the quality of life of our residents. This information and these programs are in the areas of family life, youth development, natural resources, horticulture, and agriculture.

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brad784@ufl.edu
(904) 284-6355
2463 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

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Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm

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Back-to-School Healthy Eating
By: Michael Hodges and Annie Sheldon The summer has come and gone, and the school year is already on our doorstep. Paper, crayons, binders, and glue are all going to be high on parents’ shopping lists, but this year we should all focus on more than just school supplies

07/31/2018

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Bone UP with Strong Bodies
Strong Bodies is a 12 week weight training program designed specifically to improve the health of residents by preventing or reducing their risk of chronic diseases like osteoporosis, high blood pressure, and diabetes.  Strong Bodies has been proven to help individuals improve arthritis symptoms, sleep quality, energy levels, and  bone density

08/14/2018

Handling Life’s Stressors
Both short and long-term stress can have effects on your body. In fact, long-term stress can lead to a wide range of illnesses from headaches to stomach disorders to depression and can even increase the risk of serious conditions like stroke and heart disease

04/11/2018

Sanjay Shukla and UF/IFAS Extension Innovation
Innovation has long been a value embedded in UF/IFAS Extension programming. From our first days over a century ago to what we are delivering today, Extension faculty have been committed to using technology and innovation in the delivery of educational programs

06/25/2018

Great Leaders Create a Compelling Vision: 3 Questions to Guide the Development of Your Vision
According to the Harvard Business Review the most effective leaders build an inspirational and compelling shared vision of the future for their teams.  The evidence is clear that a sense of common purpose (i

06/29/2018

Improving the Health and Wellness of Clay County Students
April 23-27, 2018 is Every Kid Healthy™ Week, an annual observance created to celebrate school health and wellness achievements and recognized on the calendar of National Health Observances. This special week shines a spotlight on the great efforts being made to improve the health and wellness of kids and the link between nutrition, physical activity, and learning – because healthy kids are better prepared to learn! UF/IFAS

04/23/2018

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    Handling Life’s Stressors
    Both short and long-term stress can have effects on your body. In fact, long-term stress can lead to a wide range of illnesses from headaches to stomach disorders to depression and can even increase the risk of serious conditions like stroke and heart disease

    04/11/2018

    Turn your New Year’s Resolutions into Realistic Solutions for Better Health
    Unfortunately, many of us make New Year’s resolutions that are unrealistic, unattainable, and leave us feeling overwhelmed. Having realistic goals that provide solutions to a healthier and happier life and ones that we can stick to are key to success

    01/25/2018