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UF/IFAS Extension
Gadsden County

Operating as part of the University’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Extension serves each of the state’s sixty-seven counties by providing information and conducting educational programs on issues such as sustainable agriculture, competitiveness in world markets, natural resource cons

2140 W. Jefferson Street
Quincy, FL 32351


Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

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Strong People Strength Training Program
Strength training is not just for bodybuilders - it's for everyone! Come join us and learn how to properly use dumbbells and have fun too! Join our strength training classes designed for mid-life and older adults. Classes include resistance training, balance training, and flexibility exercises


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‘Near Normal’ Hurricane Season Means Take All Precautions
The 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1. Are you ready? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a "near normal" Atlantic Hurricane Season this year


Eliminating Credit Card Debt
Eliminating expensive credit card debt means more money to improve quality of life and less toward interest payments. It can also bring stress relief


All About Saturated Fat
Saturated fat is a type of dietary fat that can be harmful to your heart and blood vessels. Not all fats are the same


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    Florida Land Steward Update, June 2, 2023
    HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE Hurricane season officially began yesterday, June 1. It's a good idea to have some of the business and tax details associated with your forest enterprise in order before the storms


    Nurturing Independence – Mental Health Blogging Series
    By Daniel Gonzalez (UF/IFAS Extension Palm Beach County) and Chelsea Jones (UF/IFAS Extension Marion County)  We welcome you back to our mental health blogging series, where we discuss each of the 4-H Essential Elements and how to nurture such with youth, youth volunteers, and our fellow educators. In this blog, we are focusing on independence