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Please Welcome Our New Green Business Partner: The Gulf Coast Community Foundation (Venice Headquarters & Sarasota Philanthropy Center)
We're proud to announce our latest Green Business partner: Gulf Coast Community Foundation - Venice Headquarters & Gulf Coast Community Foundation - Sarasota Philanthropy Center. About Gulf Coast Community Foundation Gulf Coast Community foundation was created in 1995 with proceeds from the sale of The Venice


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A Natural Disaster Can Significantly Impact a Family’s Financial Life
A natural disaster can significantly impact a family's financial life. For example, in the aftermath of a hurricane, flood, or other incident, families often face skyrocketing costs for repairs and replacements that can significantly disrupt their finances


Insight to Managing Cockroaches in a Multi-family Dwelling
Occasionally our Extension Office receives phone calls from apartment and condominium owners concerned about cockroach populations in their apartment and their apartment complex.  All it takes is one resident or one vendor to unknowingly introduce German or American cockroaches to a building


Tax Tips for Forest Landowners
It's tax season! UF/IFAS School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences faculty member and Extension Forest Business Specialist Dr. Tamara Cushing wants to provide forest landowners with the information they need to successfully navigate the 2022 Tax Year


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Let’s Walk Florida!
Let's Walk Florida! Put on your walking shoes and Join University of Florida/IFAS Extension for a premier 6-week walking challenge!       Western Panhandle      .


The Gift of Giving Blood
You might ask yourself, “why should I give blood?” and “How could a pint of my blood help?” Did you know that: · Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed daily in the U.S