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UF/IFAS Extension
Clay County

UF/IFAS Extension Clay County provides research-based information and educational programs to improve the quality of life of our residents. This information and these programs are in the areas of family life, youth development, natural resources, horticulture, and agriculture.

Contact

brad784@ufl.edu
(904) 284-6355
2463 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL 32043

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm

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Physical Activity and Aging
Physical activity and exercise are important for all ages, but as we age oftentimes our activity levels tend to decline. Staying physically active and participating in regular exercise can help you continue to do the things you love and stay independent as you age

09/20/2019

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Indian River County Extension Accepts Peanut Butter Challenge
By Yvonne Florian, Indian River Extension, Program Assistant and Christine Kelly-Begazo. Indian River County Extension has taken up the Challenge!! For the past few years, the UF IFAS Extension offices in the Florida Panhandle, where the country's second largest peanut crop is grown, have been challenging each other to collect as many unopened jars of peanut butter as possible for their local food

11/26/2019

Honey: The Ancient Health Food
Honey is one of the most appreciated and valued natural products introduced to humankind since ancient times.  For thousands of years humans have been using honey for medicinal and health-related purposes

01/25/2019

CALS Graduating Student Profile: Charles Bogner
Charles Bogner had an interest in biology, medicine, and anatomy growing up. He began his undergraduate studies as a biology major, but soon discovered his true passion: microbiology

12/06/2019

Summer heat, cars and our furry friends… some things you should know
The first “official” day of summer is only a few weeks away but even the Gators are seeking shade from this heat we've been experiencing! Based on current temperatures, I think it’s probably safe to predict that August will be scorching hot. As summer approaches and we are concerned with umbrellas, hats, and sunscreen, it’s important to remember how the heat can affect our furry friends too

06/05/2019

Boosting your work-life balance
Earlier this year I continued the annual tradition of writing my new year’s resolutions on a note pad. This year, my note said in big bold letters: Less time on work, less time on being distracted, and more time with family and friends

05/07/2019

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    Honey: The Ancient Health Food
    Honey is one of the most appreciated and valued natural products introduced to humankind since ancient times.  For thousands of years humans have been using honey for medicinal and health-related purposes

    01/25/2019

    Worksite Wellness
    Workplace wellness programs are one way to improve employee health and wellness and save money. “A company’s most important asset is its people

    01/23/2019