Wednesday, March 19, 2014

UF/IFAS in the news, 3/19

Good morning! UF/IFAS is well represented in today’s news roundup:


Invasive Pythons Can Find Home 20 Miles Away, Study Says

Deadly pythons moved in Florida keep finding their way back

Giant Lizards Rise In Fla. — And They've Got Quite An Appetite

Sleuthing The Secrets To A Scrumptious Strawberry

Water management district, UF/IFAS, UF Water Institute team up to examine springs


Escambia commission greenlights new 4-H building


'Local Choice' marketing campaign hits a snag


Old-School Fish Guides

Friends of Plant Park organize 17th annual GreenFest (Hillsborough)

Newberry Company’s Organic Toothpaste Part of Growing Market


Free last-minute tax preparation assistance available (Okaloosa)


Gator Collegiate Cattlewomen Hosting Educational Beef Event


MCHS culinary students grow edible garden with help from UF extension office (Martin)


University of Florida students get $557k grant to fund obesity prevention (Okaloosa)



Other news:


Machen wants 'visionary' to lead law school, faculty told

Sketch of peeing suspect, urinator, released, more victims hit

First Florida cohousing, eco community to sprout in Gainesville


Gators get big win over rival Seminoles


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