Florida’s citrus growers are faced with a growing challenge – With citrus acres in production falling due to canker and greening disease can these fallow fields be put to a better use?
Today, the Board of Directors of the Florida Research Parks Network announced its unanimous support for key policies being considered by Florida’s Legislature that will expand Florida’s position in cutting-edge research and applied science:
Two thirds of the coastal rivers and bays of the United States are moderately to severely degraded from nutrient pollution, particularly nitrogen. In many regions, climate change is aggravating this problem. Professor Bob Howarth will briefly describe the consequences, detail the sources of the problem, and lay out some potential solutions.
If you’ve driven by lately, you may have noticed a little bit of earth-shaking activity going on in the open area along Kings Highway, just north of the entrance to Florida’s Turnpike in Fort Pierce, Florida.
The Treasure Coast Education Research Development Authority (TCERDA), located in Fort Pierce and serving St. Lucie County and the Research Coast, recently announced the 2013 executive officers of its distinguished Board of Directors.
In an effort to pave Florida highways and major roads for increased private use of electric vehicles, Treasure Coast Research Park officials facilitate meetings to establish electric vehicle (EV) charging stations statewide.
Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) is the only national, non-profit organization to track and report organic programs and activity in the U.S. land grant system.
FORT PIERCE — Just months after the catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, Brian Boman went to the island nation to show people how to access water and produce food.