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UF Student Wins Scholarship to Find Solutions to Seagrass Loss

Right now, in a University of Florida marine science lab in Cedar Key, Florida, about 40 sea urchins are chowing down on their food of choice — seagrass. Jamila Roth, an interdisciplinary ecology student in the UF/IFAS College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, is watching them closely. Roth wants to know how the urchins’ eating behavior varies depending on which species of seagrass they are given. Seagrass is at the base of the food chain

Back to School Sports Survival Tip #1: Include A Water Jug for Hydration

With August comes the end of summer vacation, the start of back to school shopping and scorching days despite the torrential rainstorms that traditionally take over Florida’s summer afternoons. August is also traditionally when high school and college sports athletes and band members take to the fields under the hot sun. It is one of the more vulnerable times for athletes and musicians as they struggle to stay cool and keep

Ellison Named New Florida 4-H Associate State Program Leader

By Chasity Turner Stacey Ellison has been named the new associate state program leader for Florida 4-H Youth Development Program at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension. She began her official duties August 1. Ellison has been involved in 4-H for 32 years, starting as a 4-H member herself. She says her decision to pursue a career in 4-H Youth Development was spurred by the drive to make the

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