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UF/IFAS Extension
Alachua County

The UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County Office is a partnership between the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners, University of Florida/IFAS, & the United States Dept. of Agriculture. Current programs offered are listed on the events calendar.

(352) 955-2402
22712 W Newberry Road
Newberry, FL 32669


8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Bill Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund: 2022 Impact Update
About Bill William Lloyd “Bill” Brown Jr. was a teacher, mentor, and respected leader within the community


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Our beekeeping series IS BACK!
Thank you to all our beekeeping series participants in 2022. We will post dates for 2023 soon so you can plan to join us for the next cycle


Prepare for Hurricane Ian
SEPT. 26, 2022 (10 AM) -- Hurricane Ian is approaching the Gulf of Mexico and is on a path to impact the west coast of Florida


Manual para proteger su casa antes y después de un desastre natural
Si usted reside en Florida, es sumamente importante estar preparado para enfrentar los desastres naturales costeros. Un ejemplo de estos fue el Huracán Ian que impactó fuertemente a mi condado y el área donde yo radico


World Food Day Brings Attention to Food Insecurity
Making healthy food choices is a challenge of willpower for many of us, but for others it simply isn’t an option. According to a USDA report, more than 38 million people in the U


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    Resources for Florida’s Fisheries and Aquaculture Industries Impacted by Hurricane Ian
    Last modified: October 6, 2022 Hurricane Ian caused significant damage to large parts of Florida and the state’s fisheries and aquaculture industries were particularly hard hit. Several sources are available for industry members needing assistance


    Post-Hurricane Wildlife Encounters
    Native Florida wildlife have adaptations and instincts that help them, literally, “weather the storm” during and after a hurricane. However, what is instinctual and normal for them may be unusual and concerning for us