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UF/IFAS Extension
Jefferson County

The Jefferson County Cooperative Extension Service conducts research-based educational programs in agriculture, horticulture, family and consumer sciences, marine interest, and 4-H youth development. Programs are designed to meet various age groups, economic levels and social situations.

Contact

jefferson@ufl.edu
(850)342-0187
2729 W Washington Hwy
Monticello, FL 32344

Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

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Meet our new director!
Congratulations to our new Wakulla County Extension Director, Samantha Kennedy!   Director for the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension program Although Samantha is taking on a new role as the Director for the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension program, she is no stranger to the University of Florida, Wakulla County, or.

04/22/2022

Extension’s 108th Anniversary
This Sunday is Mother’s Day. It’s also the 108th anniversary of an obscure piece of legislation that might also play an important role in your life

05/06/2022

Cuphea, a Pollinator Magnet for Your Yard
Ask Franklin County Master Gardener Volunteer Becky Comyns     Is it possible to find a plant that is easy to grow? Is it possible to find a plant that is easy to grow (yet.

01/25/2022

Demonstration Gardens Installed at Franklin County Extension Office
Ask Franklin County Master Gardener Volunteer James Hargrove Every aspect of gardening can be educational and fun. The UF/IFAS Extension office in Franklin County was recently remodeled and reopened

01/19/2022

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    Incredible Edible Landscaping
    Food for the taking Have you ever eaten a pine tree? Many parts are edible. Those supposedly were the famous words of world-renowned food forager, Euell Gibbons, on a grape-nuts commercial in the ’70s

    05/19/2022

    Increased political support for One Health
    The last two years have seen political transformations in One Health. These political commitments at different levels, along with the evidence of the interconnections between humans, plants, animals, and the environment that the pandemic has brought, will hopefully thrust One Health forward in governments’ agendas

    05/19/2022