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UF/IFAS Master Gardener Program and Ag Fest

Today’s episode features the UF/IFAS Extension Master Gardener Program and the annual Ag Fest. UF/IFAS Extension services are one of the best kept secrets in the state of Florida. Master Gardener Volunteer Program Coordinator Dr. Taylor Clem and Dr. Kevin Korus, Natural Resource Agent, speak about the variety of programs …

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Lubee Bat Conservancy

This episode features the Lubee Bat Conservancy located at 1309 NW 192nd Avenue in Gainesville. Lubee Bat Conservancy is the global leader in fruit bat care, husbandry, and medical management. Director Brian Pope and Development Coordinator Dee McBride share their stories on the only bat conservation organization in the world …

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St. Francis Pet Care

Today’s episode features St. Francis Pet Care in Gainesville. Each Tuesday morning, St. Francis Pet Care, an all-volunteer organization, provides free pet care by experienced local veterinarians to homeless and low income residents in Alachua County. Two of the three co-founders of St. Francis Pet Care, Gainesville veterinarian Dale Kaplan-Stein …

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Dance Alive National Ballet

Today’s episode features Dance Alive National Ballet. The Gainesville-based professional ballet company features an international roster of award-winning dancers. Elegant and exciting, they are at the heart of the company’s undeniable success. Their repertoire ranges from the quintessential classic Nutcracker to the cutting-edge movement of contemporary ballet. Artistic Director Kim …

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The Repurpose Project and UF Sustainability for Earth Day

Today’s episode will feature sustainability and the importance of Earth Day. Repurpose Project Co-Founder Sarah Goff and store coordinator and board member Tommy Baker speak about their services and their new community center. Then, University of Florida Office of Sustainability Outreach and Communications Coordinator Allison Vitt speaks about educational outreach …

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IFAS Flavors of Florida Benefiting Field and Fork Pantry

Flavors of Florida, a University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences tradition, offers a bountiful benefit for the sixth annual event: Proceeds from the event will go to the UF Field and Fork Campus Food Program. Speakers include Jack Payne, UF/IFAS Senior Vice President for Agriculture and Natural …

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Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network Annual Guest Chef’s Fundraiser

This program features the Peaceful Paths Domestic Abuse Network and the annual Guest Chefs fundraiser. Peaceful Paths Executive Director Dr. Theresa Beachy and Community Foundation of North Florida President and CEO Barzella Papa share their insight and expertise. For more information about Peaceful Paths: https://www.peacefulpaths.org/

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UF African American Oral History Symposium

2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the African American History Project at the University of Florida. The UF African-Amerian Oral History Symposium featured panels, films, exhibits, performances, and lectures on many different facets of Black History. For this program, UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program Director Dr. Paul Ortiz, Lincoln …

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Bulla Cubana and Cuban Ingenuity at the Cade Museum

Bulla Cubana is a celebration of arts and culture, promoting the exchange of ideas and inspiration between Cuba and the North Central Florida region. Taking place in and around the cultural centers of Gainesville, Bulla Cubana showcases the extraordinary artistic talent of invited fine artists, muralists, dancers, musicians, chefs, photographers …

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