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UF/IFAS Extension
Orange County

The Smith/Lever Act of 1914 established the Cooperative Extension Service (Orange County - February 23, 1914). Since then, numerous Extension professionals have dedicated their lives to help identify county needs and develop results oriented programs to help solve those needs.

Contact

orange@ifas.ufl.edu
(407) 254-9200
6021 S. Conway Rd.
Orlando, FL 32812

Hours

Monday - Friday
8a.m. - 5p.m.
Plant Clinic Monday - Friday 8a.m. - Noon; 1p.m. - 5p.m.

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Healthy Habits for Kids
Everyone wants kids to develop habits that lead to healthy lifestyles. Unfortunately, statistics show the current trend is toward less healthy children

07/31/2019

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Produce Safety Class
Everyone is concerned about produce safety. The need to understand and work to reduce the risks of microbial contamination of produce should be important to all farms

08/20/2019

Enjoy the Summer and Maintain a Healthy Homeflow
Summer can be a fun time for families, but the transition from school to summer can also be a stressful one. If you have children, you most likely have the backpack filled with a stack of papers that came home the last week of school

06/27/2019

With UF/IFAS Extension, It’s Always Time to Learn
It’s August, and the long, hot days of summer are slowly beginning to wane. At the retail stores, beach balls and pool noodles are losing shelf space to notebooks and backpacks

08/08/2019

Minute Meals
Preparing healthful meals on a regular basis can seem daunting to some people. However, this does not have to be the case! It is easy to prepare meals that include a variety of good foods that taste great and are quick and easy to make

07/26/2019

2019 Telly Award Winner
Congratulations to Orange TV for winning the 2019 Bronze Telly Award for it's production of the Extension Solutions video program at the 40th Annual.

07/22/2019

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    Enjoy the Summer and Maintain a Healthy Homeflow
    Summer can be a fun time for families, but the transition from school to summer can also be a stressful one. If you have children, you most likely have the backpack filled with a stack of papers that came home the last week of school

    06/27/2019

    Hydrate in Summer’s Heat
    It’s no surprise that Florida summers start early and last a long time when compared to other states. Our summers are hot and humid, and while our bodies try their best to adjust to the temperature by sweating, there is only so much they can do on their own

    05/28/2019