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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

Clay@ifas.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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2022-2023 UF/IFAS Extension Master Gardener Citrus Picking
It is winter and the temperatures are dropping, the holiday season is upon us, and citrus across the state is ripening on the trees. In this season of giving, have you ever noticed your backyard orange trees produce just too much fruit for you to eat? If that's the case, consider having the UF/IFAS Clay County Master Gardeners help by gleaning your extra fruit and giving it to charity

12/20/2022

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This Arbor Day, Plant an Investment in a Greener Future
January 20 is Arbor Day in Florida, and this Friday, Extension offices throughout the state will be hosting tree planting workshops and tree giveaways. Florida gets a jump on national arbor day, which isn’t until April, because this is the time of year when young trees are easiest to transplant in our warmer climate

01/18/2023

Better with Butterflies: The Monarch
Welcome back to our monthly blog which this month is dedicated to the famous Monarch butterfly. Despite a long PR campaign to save its habitat, it is now on the endangered list

11/12/2022

Better With Butterflies- The Cabbage White
Welcome back to our monthly blog in which we discuss a few interesting facts about butterflies in general and a specific type of butterfly each month, focusing on the cabbage white this October. Butterflies are harmless to other animals and have no active way of defending themselves

10/03/2022

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    It’s Corn!- Growing in the Florida Home Garden
    More than a big lump of knobs and juice, sweet corn is a favorite crop for residential gardeners in Florida. Being native to the Americas, this plant has become a staple of our diet and the centerpiece of a good backyard barbeque

    09/06/2022

    Better with Butterflies: Buckeye
    Welcome back to our monthly blog in which we discuss a few interesting facts about butterflies in general and a specific type of butterfly each month. Of the six known butterfly families, this month we will address the last two, the brush footed and skipper families

    09/06/2022