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UF/IFAS Extension
Lafayette County

Lafayette is a small rural county in the Big Bend of Florida. UF/IFAS Extension is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments to provide scientific knowledge and expertise to the public.

Contact

jessjohnson@ufl.edu
(386)294-1279
176 SW Community Circle
Mayo, Florida 32066

Hours

Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm
Closed from 12pm - 1pm for Lunch

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National 4-H Week Celebrated the First Week of October
National 4-H week is celebrated the first full week of October. This is an opportunity for local 4-H Clubs to showcase their programs and success

09/24/2021

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2018 Annual Farm Judging Competition
Since 1993, the Lafayette County Extension Office has hosted a Farm Judging and Farm Manager Contest. Over the 26 years, over 5,000 youth have participated

10/18/2018

Prepare for Hurricane Ian
SEPT. 26, 2022 (10 AM) -- Hurricane Ian is approaching the Gulf of Mexico and is on a path to impact the west coast of Florida

09/26/2022

Fall into Fitness: Staying Motivated through the Seasons
Crisp air, fall colored leaves, pumpkins and apples all signal that Fall is here. As the weather cools down, it’s easier to take advantage of outdoor exercise

09/27/2022

¿Qué debo hacer si mi pozo de agua está inundado?
For the English version, please use this link Los huracanes son una de las tormentas más poderosas de la naturaleza. Producen fuertes vientos, inundaciones por marejadas ciclónicas y lluvias torrenciales

09/27/2022

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    Baby it’s cold outside!
    Florida has been through a period of warm winters. When I say warm I mean Central Florida has not seen many hard freezes in the last 11 years

    09/27/2022

    Recomendaciones para la seguridad de sus alimentos cuando ocurren interrupciones del servicio eléctrico debido a huracanes
    For the English version, please use this link Los huracanes y otras tormentas a menudo conllevan a la interrupción del servicio eléctrico. A medida que empezamos la parte más activa de la temporada de huracanes, Keith Schneider, profesor de nutrición humana y ciencias de los alimentos de University of Florida

    09/27/2022