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UF/IFAS Extension
Bay County

The UF/IFAS Extension Bay County is a Federal-State-County partnership dedicated to developing knowledge in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences, and enhancing and sustaining the quality of human life by making that information accessible.

Contact

bay@ifas.ufl.edu
(850) 248-8091
(850) 784-6105
2728 E. 14th St., Panama City, FL 32401-5022

Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - Noon and 1pm - 5pm
Closed for Lunch (Noon - 1pm)

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UF/IFAS Extension Bay County Welcomes New Employee
On December 6, 2019, the UF/IFAS Extension Bay County Office welcomed Melanie Taylor as their new Family & Consumer Science Extension Agent. Melanie is no stranger to Extension

01/27/2020

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Spreading the News: Peanut Butter Challenge
The University of Florida does not endorse any particular brand of peanut butter. Originally printed in the Lynn Haven Ledger Once again, UF/IFAS Extension faculty and staff will be collecting unopened jars of peanut butter from residents, volunteer groups and businesses in 16 northwest Florida counties

10/02/2018

Simple Cranberry Sauce
Cranberries were likely a part of the Thanksgiving tradition dating all the way back to the very first one. Native Americans ate dried or fresh cranberries and they used cranberries for dye and medicinal purposes

11/22/2019

Stand Up & Holler for UF/IFAS!
It's Gator Nation Giving Day! When you give to UF/IFAS, you partner with a network of faculty, students and volunteers who are creating positive and lasting change in Florida and beyond. “Stand up and holler” for the UF/IFAS program that means the most to you! This year we have some

02/20/2020

Dine In on December 3rd
Make the pledge to Dine In on Tuesday, December 3rd.  Dine In for better health – physical, social, and cultural

11/29/2019

How to Use a Food Thermometer
You can’t tell by looking if your food is done cooking. Using a food thermometer not only ensures your food is properly cooked to reduce the risk of harmful bacteria, but it also prevents overcooking

11/22/2019

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    Simple Cranberry Sauce
    Cranberries were likely a part of the Thanksgiving tradition dating all the way back to the very first one. Native Americans ate dried or fresh cranberries and they used cranberries for dye and medicinal purposes

    11/22/2019

    It’s Turkey Time: Thaw Your Turkey Safely
    You have your frozen turkey. Now what? Plan ahead to be sure your bird is safe and ready to cook

    11/12/2019