Help protect spotted wakerobin and Jack-in-the-pulpit through this invasive species removal event on 2/24 @9AM.
Join the Gainesville Greenway Challenge at Alfred A. Ring Park @9AM on 2/15 and help protect Gainesville’s natural areas!
What makes a city feel inviting, a place to call home? Join the Bob Graham Center for Public Service on 2/8 @5:30 PM for this broad, in-person conversation with three dynamic professionals from anthropology, art, and cultural placemaking to address urban design and its civic challenges.
Are you interested in sustainable cultural placemaking or global career prospects? If so, join us at the Graham Center for an informal coffee chat on 2/7 @10:00 AM with placemaking consultant Sherry Dobbin.
Join us for the 10th Annual Great Invader Raider Rally, formerly the Great Air Potato Round-Up, to clean up our conservation areas as part of one of the largest invasive plant awareness events in the nation!
Are you interested in understanding the Earth’s living skin, from the top of the vegetation canopy to the depths of the groundwater and all the interactions taking place within that shape our environment and all life within it? Consider applying for a Critical Zone Science REU.
Join in on this US Forest Service webinar and learn tips on applying to jobs with their agency.
Join the McCarty Woods team to maintain the McCarty Woods area, a 2.9-acre expanse of hardwood forest, home to numerous plant and animal species on the UF Campus on 2/3 @9 AM.
Join us for UF’s 9th annual Climate Communications Summit for a special program on the state of climate change in Florida, how scientists know what they know, and scaling up public understanding of how extreme weather connects to climate change on 1/25.
Register by 2/1 to attend this virtual conference featuring mentoring, a resource fair, workshops, a research poster session, and more!