America’s Southern grape is easy to grow in Florida and Georgia. Some make wine, others make jelly. Or the grapes are left on vine to feed birds and other wildlife.
The County’s new UF/IFAS “Rebecca L. Jordi Cooperative Extension Office” is located at 85831 Miner Road.
A springtime tree giveaway for Nassau County residents is planned. The three drive-thru pick-up locations are in Fernandina Beach, Yulee, and Callahan.
Many escape cold weather elsewhere, flying south.
Help contribute data about bird sightings. It takes as little as 15 minutes to count just one day during the event.
A construction project that broke ground over a year ago, the new Nassau County Extension office is anticipated to be completed in fall 2020.
Rebecca Jordi has written a children’s book, “Zoe’s Mission.” She plans to donate proceeds to the UF/IFAS horticulture program.
Is this invasive plant in your yard? Elephant ear can be seen growing around Fernandina Beach. Not native, it’s considered a Florida noxious weed.