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UF/IFAS Extension
Levy County

UF/IFAS Extension Levy County educates the people of Levy County in the areas of agriculture, livestock, horticulture and 4-H youth development. It is a partnership between the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and the Levy County government.

Contact

levy@ifas.ufl.edu levy4H@ifas.ufl.edu
(352) 486-5131
625 N Hathaway Ave
Bronson, FL 32621

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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UF/IFAS Extension Dean Learns by Doing
Co- Authored by Summer Sanders, Levy County 4-H Program Assistant On Monday, October 24th, 2022, many Extension faculty and staff from several counties gathered at the Levy County Extension Office to meet with Dr. Andra Johnson, Dean of UF/IFAS Extension

10/27/2022

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This Thanksgiving, Thank a Farmer
This Thanksgiving Day, families and friends across the country will gather to show gratitude for our good fortune by sitting down together over a meal. Not just any meal, but a proper feast, with multiple courses, side dishes, appetizers and desserts

11/17/2022

Growing a Green Thumb; It’s Strawberry Season
Spring rush and lazy days of summer yield to days of diminishing daylight. We wanted to get one more crop in the garden

10/26/2022

Levy County 4-H National 4-H Week Annual Hay Bale Contest
National 4-H Week was celebrated from October 1st through October 8th this year. Levy County 4-H holds an Annual Hay Bale Contest to celebrate National 4-H Week

10/21/2022

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    Levy County 4-H Promotes “Learning by Doing” Through Formation of Land Judging Team
    Older youth in Levy County are itching for new programs and opportunities. The UF/IFAS Extension- Levy County Office is striving to meet this need

    10/17/2022

    Cedar Key Coastal Cleanup 2022 Results
    Coastal cleanup by the numbers This year, the International Coastal Cleanup was a back in full swing and was a huge success! Nearly 300 volunteers turned out to remove almost 4,000 pounds of trash from local shorelines! This is second only to the record total amount.

    10/07/2022