All posts by Streaming Science

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Susan Harris

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Cayla Romano Click here to visit the corresponding ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Jennifer Standley

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Alexandra Giang Click here to visit the corresponding ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Brynn Johnson

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Lily Willingham and Leslie White Click here to ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Kaylin Kleckner

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Rana Hillard, Gabriella Hernandez, and Preston Redrick Click ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Steven Keith

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Alexis Gabrielski Click here to visit the corresponding ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Amy Vu

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Eli Collins and Shea Booster Click here to ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Dr. Cameron Jack

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Delaney Harvey Click here to visit the corresponding ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Chris Oster

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Mackenzie Johnson Click here to visit the corresponding ...

The Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab: Dr. Jamie Ellis

This photo essay series features the UF/IFAS Honey Bee Research and Extension Lab (HBREL). Students in University of Florida Agricultural Education and Communication (AEC) courses highlighted HBREL faculty, Extension agents, graduate students, and volunteers, and their impactful work with honey bees. The following content was created by Jessica Wells. Click here to access the corresponding ...

Restore the Shore

How are our shorelines changing overtime? How can we protect them? Climate change, rising sea levels, and natural disasters are causing shorelines to break down – impacting our oceans, plants, animals, and communities. Scientists are working with communities to build and test natural ways to Restore the Shore. Learn about a living shoreline project and the ...