Friday, January 24, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 1/24

Good morning! Here is your week’s final (whew!) UF/IFAS news roundup:

Captive Breeding No Help to Endangered Woodrat

Strawberry conference highlights fruit breeding, taste

Homeowners not happy living near new road (Marion)

Nutritional talk and fun run at Washington Oaks Gardens (St. Johns/Putnam)

Disadvantaged, Non-College Bound Young Adults at Risk for Excessive Weight Gain

Manatee County Steer Show about more than just ribbons

Overnight cold spares crops; warmer day ahead for Southwest Florida

Your community in brief (Lake – third item)




Other news:

Consumer Reports Study Prompts FDA to Reexamine Caramel Coloring

Jeremy Ring Sponsors GMO-Labeling Bill in Florida Senate

Boehner on 'Tonight Show': Shutdown was a 'predictable disaster',0,942618.story#axzz2rJunvr7C

Gators struggle early, but win 10th straight

Hippodrome theater to debut new projector with ‘Casablanca’

With flu season at its peak, UF gets more vaccines


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