School of Forest Resources & Conservation

Outreach and Extension Programs

The School of Forest Resources & Conservation provides extension and outreach programs to the communities in North Florida and throughout the state in order to bring cutting-edge research and training to the public.   Outreach is coordinated by faculty and staff with active extension programs in ecotourism, fisheries and aquatic sciences, forest stewardship, forest health, urban forestry, wildland-urban interface and youth education. Our aim is to expand current programs to emphasize non-traditional uses of forests, ecological functions of forests and water resources, wildland-urban interface issues, and integration of our forest and aquatic extension programs. Much of this is achieved with resources generated through creative partnering and grants.

Our Forest Resources and Conservation and Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Extension pages have additional information on program-specific concerns.


SFRC Extension Programs

Connect with the School of Forest Resources & Conservation Extension programs through Solutions For Your Life. “ is the website of University of Florida Extension. We’ve put all of our expertise in one place, to make it easy for you to get what you need. You can explore topics in lawn and garden care, family life and consumer choices, agriculture, community development, the environment, and youth development. Above all, our site is focused on getting you timely and relevant solutions for improving your life.”

Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Outreach & Extension

Specific information on outreach and extension programs managed by Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences faculty and staff. Addressing a wide range of concerns related to fisheries, aquaculture, pond management, and other aquatic sciences.

EDIS Publications

University of Florida’s official reference resource for more than 7,500 print and electronic publications approved by the University and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. These publications provide practical information on many topics of interest to Florida residents and offer a communication bridge between the research community and the general public.