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UF/IFAS Extension
Osceola County

UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County is a partnership between the University Of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, The United States Department of Agriculture, and Osceola County Government.

(321) 697-3000
1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744-6107


Monday - Friday - now by appointment only Call for appointment 321-697-3000
8:00am - 5:00pm

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Spring Plant Market 2023 in Osceola County
UF/IFAS Extension Osceola County Master Gardeners will hold their annual Plant Market on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 9 a


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This Arbor Day, Plant an Investment in a Greener Future
January 20 is Arbor Day in Florida, and this Friday, Extension offices throughout the state will be hosting tree planting workshops and tree giveaways. Florida gets a jump on national arbor day, which isn’t until April, because this is the time of year when young trees are easiest to transplant in our warmer climate


2023 Market Animal Show and Sale Dates
The Osceola County Fair is everyone’s favorite time of year! The Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show and Osceola County Fair is held February 10-19th. The Osceola County Fair is a great place to come out and support Osceola County 4-H and FFA members who work very hard all year to raise and show their market animals


Starting Your Florida Farm
In Osceola County, Florida: Need help with crops, bees, food businesses, agritourism? Contact Jessica Sullivan, 321-697-3040 Need help with livestock, pastures? Contact Brittany Justesen Find your county's UF IFAS Extension Office.


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    Florida Fall Foliage
    Bring out the pumpkin spice and apple cider – autumn is here! However, nothing screams autumn more than fall-colored leaves. Despite Florida’s warm climate, there are some trees here that turn beautiful shades of yellow, orange, and red in the fall


    The True Snowbirds: How to Support Migrating Birds
    Snowbirds of all kinds flock to Florida during the cooler months – both people and birds travel south to escape the harsh northern winter. Florida has many birds that spend the entire year here, but additional birds can be spotted in the fall and winter months