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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.

Contact

ci.gonzalez@ufl.edu
(321) 697-3000
1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane
Kissimmee, FL 34744-6107

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm

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Pack Your Food (Safety) When Traveling
Summer is coming.

06/03/2019

What's Going on Near You

Locally Grown in Osceola County Starts June 1st
Are you looking for something to do over the summer? Are you looking for opportunities to be healthier, spend time outdoors, and do some budget-friendly activities? The University of Florida/IFAS Extension office in Osceola County is offering a three-part program called Healthy Florida Lifestyle: Locally Grown in Osceola County. Come learn about the county you call home by participating in a program that engages the mind, body, and

05/21/2019

U-Pick Etiquette
We are right in the middle of u-pick season. The weather has been pretty good to our local producers, which means that the public can enjoy fresh, juicy, and abundant produce ripe for the picking

04/25/2019

Let’s Walk Florida is Coming to Pasco County!
We all know by now that living a sedentary lifestyle is not healthy.  Countless studies show its association with obesity, cancer, and other chronic conditions

07/17/2019

Deciphering My Cholesterol Numbers
I recently had blood work done. When I received the results and read through the report, my cholesterol values confused me

05/23/2019

Surprising Ways Nature can Improve your Health
You’re at a local park. The sun is shining and there’s a gentle breeze

05/03/2019

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    U-Pick Etiquette
    We are right in the middle of u-pick season. The weather has been pretty good to our local producers, which means that the public can enjoy fresh, juicy, and abundant produce ripe for the picking

    04/25/2019

    Getting to know your Osceola County community
    I’ve been thinking a lot about the concept of community, and I’m not talking about your idyllically-named, gated subdivision. I mean “community” in the sense of how people communicate and connect with each other and the places they live, play and work, how they impact those places, and even each other, how they solve problems, and take care of what they care about

    12/29/2018