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UF/IFAS Extension
Glades County

Glades County Cooperative Extension is a partnership between the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Glades County Government.

Contact

glades@ifas.ufl.edu
(863)946-0244
900 US Highway 27
Moore Haven, FL 33471

Hours

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

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Showing Appreciation to your Buyer
Are you going to be selling your 4-H project? If so, how are you going to show your appreciation to your buyer?   Individuals and businesses that purchase 4-H projects do so for many reasons, but not because they must. If someone takes the time to come to a sale, bid on and purchase your project it is because they want to support your project

01/28/2022

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Glades County 4-H September 2020
Paperwork to do: September 1, 2020 started a new 4-H year. Please make sure to sign up in 4-H online to enroll in Glades County 4-H

09/18/2020

This Hurricane Season, Be Prepared for Anything
The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1. Are you ready? Maybe you think you’re ready—you’ve got some bottled water and canned goods to last a few days

05/23/2022

Downstream of COVID-19
As a UF/IFAS extension agent I, like all my extension colleagues, receive a lot of resources about the state of the current COVID-19 pandemic. However, as someone who specializes in water resources, I couldn’t envision how COVID-19 would impact those areas where I spend most of my working hours – water quality and harmful algal blooms

01/15/2022

Invitation to participate in Red Tide Website Usability Survey
Florida red tides, a harmful algal bloom (HAB) caused by the toxic dinoflagellate Karenia brevis, are a near annual occurrence in the Gulf of Mexico along the west coast of Florida. Occasionally, blooms can reach the Panhandle and east coast of Florida

01/14/2022

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    Downstream of COVID-19
    As a UF/IFAS extension agent I, like all my extension colleagues, receive a lot of resources about the state of the current COVID-19 pandemic. However, someone who specializes in water resources, I couldn’t envision how COVID-19 would impact those areas where I spend most of my working hours – water quality and harmful algal blooms

    01/14/2022

    Make it a tea garden
    Southerners and sweet tea When I was a child we drank sweet tea. I didn't really know where it came from but it was sweet and that suited me just fine

    05/27/2022