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Gainesville Wetland a Local Retreat

Just south of Gainesville, Fl., you can explore 1,060 acres of fresh water marsh, and while strolling down the six and a half mile levy trail you might just startle some wood ducks, catch a glimpse of a bobcat, see a Round-tailed Muskrat, and even spot a sandhill crane or bald eagle.

Profile in Soil Health - Kirk Brock

If Kirk Brock had to go back to conventional farming, he says he would “just quit and go do something else.”  With his soil health-building no-till and cover crop system, Mr. Brock doesn’t have to worry as much about timely rainfall events. 

Gainesville Couple Creates Artisan Cheese, Preserves Way of Life

The Mims run a dairy, make cheese and enjoy the wildlife on their property. They are considering the Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program as a means of protecting their way of life.  

Florida Gulf of Mexico Initiative Helping Farmers in Gulf Region

A USDA initiative is helping Florida's Gulf Coast farmers make improvements in their operations to help prevent runoff and erosion from ultimately reaching the Gulf.

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Celebrate Earth Day April 22, 2014

Celebrate Earth Day, April 22, 2014

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