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COVID-19 NOTICE for Indian River County Extension

UF/IFAS is here to help! We are currently open to the public, preferably by appointment. Also, you can get the support you need via email, phone, or our social media sites. See our WHO WE ARE webpage for contact information.

We look forward to working with you, and please stay safe!

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UF/IFAS Extension places the highest priority on the safety and health of our community members, staff and volunteers. To help stem the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, our office is currently open to the public, preferably by appointment. All in-person educational programs have been moved online. We are here to serve you by phone or email and you can find information for programs and contact staff members on this web site.

UF/IFAS Extension
Indian River County

UF/IFAS Indian River offers educational programs in agriculture, horticulture, 4-H youth development, pesticide and fertilizer licensing. To make sure you receive timely assistance, Agents are readily available via phones or email. Go to the "Who We Are" page on the menu for contact information.

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indian@ifas.ufl.edu
(772) 226-4330
1800 27th Street
Vero Beach, Florida 32960-0310

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Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5pm
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