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UF/IFAS Extension
Baker County

UF/IFAS Extension Baker County is a partnership between the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the University of Florida's Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), and the Baker County Board of County Commissioners.

Contact

baker@ifas.ufl.edu
(904) 259-3520
1025 West Macclenny Avenue
Macclenny, FL 32063

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30am - noon
1pm - 5pm

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Meatless Monday Can’t Change The World
Thought about sticking to Meatless Monday to reduce your carbon foot print? Let's discuss why there are better options for you to reduce your impact on climate change! How much meat are we eating? According to USDA Supply & Disappearance Data the average American ate only 54.7 lb of beef in 2018

10/08/2019

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Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course
UF/IFAS Extension Baker County is once again offering the Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course. WHO ARE THE MASTER GARDENERS? Master Gardeners are volunteer educators of the horticultural arts and sciences

05/30/2019

Degrees Matter | Sizzling Science
Want a hard copy of this fact sheet? Print it out here: Sizzling Science _ Degrees Matter.

05/20/2019

UF/IFAS Experts Help Farmers Cope with Mental Stress
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla --- When some people think of a farmer, they conjure an image of a stoic, tough-as-nails figure – one who can cope with any hardship

10/03/2019

Sizzling Science | We’re Not Porkin!
Want a hard copy of this fact sheet? Download it here: Sizzling Science _ We're Not Porkin.

07/29/2019

Sizzling Science | Something to Squawk About
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06/05/2019

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    Degrees Matter | Sizzling Science
    Want a hard copy of this fact sheet? Print it out here: Sizzling Science _ Degrees Matter.

    05/20/2019

    Mythbusters: Pink Slime
    Back from the dead, the term "Pink Slime" has made headlines again after a decision made by USDA to allow Lean, Finely Textured Beef (LFTB) to be labeled as ground beef. Here's the who, what, where, when, and why about LFTB: Who? Who makes LFTB? Many beef processing companies make lean, finely textured beef using the under-utilized lean meat that is too difficult to trim by hand off of whole muscle cuts

    03/04/2019