Wednesday, August 24, 2011

IFAS in the news, 8/24

Good morning! Today's IFAS news:

Gardening: Lessons in composting: In the end, your plants will thank you (Duval)

Landscape efforts apply to more than just plants (Flagler)

Weather/local/higher ed, etc.:

Earthquake Aftermath: National Monuments Damaged

Party Ends at For-Profit Schools

How Many Species on Earth? It's Tricky

High salt, low activity also bad for brain health

Shands temporarily shuts down liver, pancreas transplant programs

Board of Governors scraps proposed regions for universities

Statues on North Main splattered with paint

UF plans 3% raise for staff, won't cut vacation time

On-campus housing rates jump 3 percent

SFC has top state graduation rate

Big day for sorority hopefuls

Hurricane Irene, now a major hurricane, pounds the Bahamas

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