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    • Riding the Path to Safety

      By definition, farmers and ranchers spend a lot of time off-road as part of their job.

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    • Tobacco Funds College Tuition

      Florida Farm Bureau is offering up to $2,000 per student in tobacco scholarships for qualified applicants who attend post-secondary institutions.

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    • Visitors Can Enjoy More Access to National Forests

      The U.S. Forest Service will make it easier to take groups to enjoy outdoor activities on national forests and grasslands.

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    • UF Joins Call for Federal Support of Agricultural Research

      Prominent research institutions in the U.S. have joined together in calling for a surge in federal support of food and ag science.

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    • Riding the Path to Safety

      By definition, farmers and ranchers spend a lot of time off-road as part of their job.

      Read More >>
    • Tobacco Funds College Tuition

      Florida Farm Bureau is offering up to $2,000 per student in tobacco scholarships for qualified applicants who attend post-secondary institutions.

      Read More >>
    • Visitors Can Enjoy More Access to National Forests

      The U.S. Forest Service will make it easier to take groups to enjoy outdoor activities on national forests and grasslands.

      Read More >>
    • UF Joins Call for Federal Support of Agricultural Research

      Prominent research institutions in the U.S. have joined together in calling for a surge in federal support of food and ag science.

      Read More >>

    FloridAgriculture

    Welcome to the latest issue of our FloridAgriculture publication. Designed for both our farm and consumer member families, FloridAgriculture focuses on rural lifestyles, food stories and agricultural issues important to all Floridians.

    June 2016

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    Florida Farm Bureaus

    Hillsborough County Farm Bureau

    Hillsborough County Farm Bureau hosted the Ag-abilities program. This program introduces students with physical, mental and learning disabilities to agriculture through hands-on projects, contests, one-on-one small equipment driving lessons and much more!

    Students from Caminiti Exceptional Center, Middleton High, Durant High, Turkey Creek Middle and Greco Middle schools in Hillsborough County participated in the program this year.

    Volunteers from HCFB, Rabo Agri-finance, UF IFAS, FDACS, Florida Strawberry Growers, The Nature Conservancy and several other groups and individuals donated their time and resources to the program.

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