Wednesday, October 5, 2011

IFAS in the news, 10/5

Good morning! Here is today's IFAS news:

Local extension office is here to serve everyone (Highlands County)

Fight against greening advances (Highlands)

Bacteria can aid toxic environmental cleanups, may boost ag production, researchers report

Prominent former Santa Rosa County extension employee dies

Project aims to revitalize farming in county

St. Lucie Extension Office receives sea turtle grant

Rookery Bay announces 'Lunch & Learn' lecture schedule (Collier County -- last item)

Health/state/local news:

Cantaloupe toll rises to 100 sick and 18 dead, CDC says

Many Egg Producers Still Not Complying With Food-Sanitation Rules

Gov. Scott: I'll run again in 2014

Pinellas County Commission votes to stop putting fluoride in water supply

Do you favor changing the route for Gator Gallop?

Team of four develops peerFit online fitness tool

Wall Street protests make it to Gainesville

Work on Archer Road to start Monday

One Tasered, 109 ejected during Alabama game

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