Thursday, December 22, 2011

IFAS in the News

Good morning. Here is IFAS in the News for Thursday, Dec. 22.


University of Florida Fort Pierce Campus Registration Open

Additive Claims to Be the Boss of Sugar, Benefiting Diabetics

Linda DeMarsh, Sharon Hawkins Win Rain Barrel Decorating Contest

IDS Students Learn Practical Ways to Apply Science

Take Some Time Off From Lawn Care

New Restrictions for Anglers, Boaters Set

Invasive Exotic Plants Pose Threat to Native Species (Okaloosa/Walton counties)

Co-op Sponsors Youth Cattle Show (Hardee County)

Agriculture Conference Coming (Lake County)

January Family & Consumer Sciences Programs (Alachua County)

Of Interest...

Baghdad Bomb Attacks Kill at Least 60

Mythmaking Begins for North Korea's Next Leader

Tight Consumer Spending Pinches Third-Quarter GDP,0,305513.story

Paint-on Solar Cells Could Power Homes

Great American Bites: Savory Stone Crabs at Joe's in Miami Beach

Tim Tebow Was My Lab Partner,,20555024,00.html

Tom Nordlie
Bldg. 116, UF main campus
(352) 273-3567

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