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    • Gov. Scott Signs Agritourism Bill at Central Florida Farm

      The new law assures that farmers will be allowed to open their properties for civic and ceremonial events.

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    • Hurricane Preparedness Week

      Floridians know all too well the havoc hurricanes bring to our state. The best protection against a tropical storm is preparedness.

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    • Discovery Offers Plant Growth Alternative to Genetic Engineering

      An elite research team has identified the internal pathway by which a maize plant regulates its own growth and productivity.

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    • Florida Farm Bureau Names 2016 Legislative Leaders

      FFB has announced its recognition of legislative leaders who played a critical role.

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    • Gov. Scott Signs Agritourism Bill at Central Florida Farm

      The new law assures that farmers will be allowed to open their properties for civic and ceremonial events.

      Read More >>
    • Hurricane Preparedness Week

      Floridians know all too well the havoc hurricanes bring to our state. The best protection against a tropical storm is preparedness.

      Read More >>
    • Discovery Offers Plant Growth Alternative to Genetic Engineering

      An elite research team has identified the internal pathway by which a maize plant regulates its own growth and productivity.

      Read More >>
    • Florida Farm Bureau Names 2016 Legislative Leaders

      FFB has announced its recognition of legislative leaders who played a critical role.

      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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