Category: Photo Essay

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 ...

Exploring Florida’s Fisheries with Leslie Sturmer

This is part of a series of photo essays about UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station (NCBS) in Cedar Key, Florida. In this series, AEC students showcased the people working at NCBS, their research with the living shorelines, and collaborating with the local community. Check out this photo essay by Kyle Knaack as he highlights how ...

Living Shorelines

This is part of a series of photo essays about UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station (NCBS) in Cedar Key, Florida. In this series, AEC students showcased the people working at NCBS, their research with the living shorelines, and collaborating with the local community. Check out this photo essay by Natasha Roberts as she highlights how ...

Living Shorelines and Community Support

This is part of a series of photo essays about UF/IFAS Nature Coast Biological Station (NCBS) in Cedar Key, Florida. In this series, AEC students showcased the people working at NCBS, their research with the living shorelines, and collaborating with the local community. Check out this photo essay by Lauren Boyett as she explains how ...