The Madison County Extension Service is a partnership between the University of Florida, USDA and Madison County. Three main program focus areas are Agriculture, Family & Consumer Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development
184 NW College Loop
Madison, FL 32340
Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm
Last month I shared Six Tips for Reducing Food Waste. I would like to continue on the theme of reducing food waste by talking more specifically about ways to use food scraps effectively to prevent them from ending up in the landfill
Support Wakulla 4-H in JUNE!
The reusable bag program empowers customers to make a difference in the communities they live and work in while helping the environment. With each purchase of a reusable Community Bag with the Giving Tag, customers can direct a $1 donation to support Wakulla 4-H in June! The specially designed reusable bags are from recycled
COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs: Answers from UFHealth
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A Boost for Hernando County’s Scallop Season
Over the last year, a team of volunteers worked hard to help give the bay scallop population off Hernando's coast a much-needed boost. These volunteers go by the name of "Scallop Sitters
Six Tips for Reducing Food Waste
Food waste is a huge problem here in the United States. Here are a few incredible facts: Food is the most common solid source of waste in American landfills
Retirement Celebration for Mr. Steve Pigott
CELEBRATE 21 YEARS! WHO: Mr. Steve Pigott RE: Retirement Celebration WHEN: March 24, 2021 TIME: 10:00am - 11:00am WHERE: Wakulla County Community Center 318 Shadeville Road, Crawfordville, FL 32327 The Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sago Palm Cold Damage
Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Michele Hackmeyer Sago Palm (Cycas revoluta) is a common landscaping plant in our area and I have several in my yard. They are not actually palms, but members of the ancient Cycad (Cycadaceae) family
Take-all root rot, whether you like it or not!
If you have had issues with declining turf during the Summer and early Fall, it could be take-all! Take-all root rot loves to come out to play in the hot, wet Florida Summers and early Fall. Take-all root rot is a disease that is naturally present on the roots of warm season turf, so that means it is probably chillin’ in your Florida yard right now