Lawmakers approved a $117 billion state budget and several bills related to our state’s environment.
Did you know you can certify your yard as a wildlife refuge?
The time I spent with the UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute filled me with confidence and knowledge I didn’t know I could hold. Now, I can even share it.
What’s going on? With over 55 species of cockroach in the United States, it can be difficult to tell them … Continued
To pair with the rest of our educational content in each Earth to Florida newsletter, we bring you monthly updates … Continued
Pollinator gardens attract beneficial insects to your yard by providing food and habitat. They also attract all sorts of other … Continued
What’s going on? The Schaus swallowtail butterfly is endemic to Florida, meaning it isn’t found anywhere else. Its habitat consists … Continued
Our student-led team has sifted through more than a thousand bills to find those that pertain to our state’s environment.
Through discarded restaurant oyster shells, fallen logs and tree trunks, and nursery-raised plants, living shorelines protect the coastline.
What’s going on? Scientists and state agencies are asking Florida residents to keep an eye out for the brown basilisk, … Continued