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Hurricane Michael debris still litters Florida shorelines; $3 million will go toward clearing it
Northwest Florida counties hardest hit by Hurricane Michael are getting a boost to their marine debris removal efforts thanks to a $3 million grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Debris Program. The project seeks to remove over a million pounds of marine debris across Bay, Gulf and Franklin counties


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COVID-19 response: One person plants food gardens; Floridians get useful data from UF/IFAS; FAMU Extension
COVID-19 may take jobs away from people, but it can’t take away Tanya Murillo’s resilient spirit and her desire to grow vegetables in her yard. Murillo’s employer closed March 13 because of the coronavirus


Cafe Latino: A UF/IFAS Extension resource for Hispanics during COVID-19
By John Diaz  CAFE Latino (Coalition of Florida Extension Educators for Latino Communities) is here to help in many ways. For those who do not know who we are, we are a unique grassroots effort


COVID-19 Resources for Seafood Producers and Small Businesses
Wow, there is a lot of information out there right now. Daily emails to share the ever-evolving list of news, opportunities and assistance programs can be overwhelming, so I created this list of links that may be relevant to marine stakeholders throughout the coming months


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Show of Hands: Extension’s Role in the 2020 U.S. Census
Among the many parts of our lives that are complicated by COVID-19, add the U.S


Agriculture: More Important Than Ever
March 24 is National Ag Day, a time to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by American agriculture. Usually, Ag Day is a festive occasion, with the nation’s producers, agricultural associations, Extension services, 4-H and FFA youth gathering to share their experiences, bond as a community and eat nutritious food grown by American farmers