Agricultural Best Management Practices Extension Program
Best management practices are a key instrument in agricultural water resource policy. This Extension Program is aimed at educating Florida growers about practices that help them sustain yields while protecting water resources. See Programs
Florida Waters Stewardship Program
The UF/IFAS Florida Waters Stewardship Program is for Floridians who want to learn more about their local water resources and how to protect and enhance them through community engagement. Find out if your county offers a Florida Waters Stewardship Program.
Florida Wetlands Extension Program
This Extension Program provides Floridians with a better understanding of wetlands, and it informs communities about water quality regulations, planning, and projects that can be implemented locally. See Programs
Payments for Environmental Services Provided by Agricultural Lands
This Extension Program is aimed at developing cost-effective strategies for ecosystem service provision by private landowners, including such ecosystem services as water storage, and wildlife habitat provision. See Programs
Program for Resource Efficient Communities
This program combines research and Extension components focusing on developing and implementing water- and energy-efficient strategies and best design practices at the community, lot, and house levels. See Programs
The mission of this Program is to guide Floridians on how to take individual responsibility for protecting Earth’s limited resources. See Programs
Water Economics and Policy Program
Economic analysis of policy alternatives and outcomes can help communities arrive at more acceptable and balanced water policy decisions. See Programs
Water School Program
Water School Program is for community leaders and elected officials who want to learn about and share innovative solutions for Florida's water-resource issues. Find out if your county offers a Water School.
Water Watch Volunteer Program
Florida Water Watch empowers volunteers to monitor coastal water quality in their specific regions by following UF/IFAS guidelines. Discover how you can get involved.