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Oh, the Places They’ve Gone!

Polk Graduates Talk About the Ag Programs That Sparked Their Careers

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Branching Out

Daniel Jenkins Academy Teacher Incorporates Hands-On Lessons in Agriculture, Sustainability and More

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Is Olive the New Orange?

Florida Growers Court a New Alternative Crop

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New Avenue for Kids

Organization Offers Education, Opportunity and Support for Community by HEATHER MACHOVINA The need for an organization that provides great educational opportunities and project support to kids in the Polk County

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Planting the Seed for Our Future

Highlands County Youth Citrus Project Teaches Kids About the Industry by HEATHER MACHOVINA The Highlands County Youth Citrus Project (HCYCP) is all about teaching our youth the ins and outs

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U-Pick, U-Eat, U-Love

Take Advantage of the Freshest Berries Around by GRACE BOGGESS HIRDES  Did you know that strawberries are packed with vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols?

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Sweet Success

After Almost a Century, Plant City-Based Astin Farms Continues to Expand Acreage, Variety by PAUL CATALA photos by ASTIN FARMS It has been about a century since Sam Astin ventured

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Beat the Heat

Try These Tips to Keep Your Horse Cool as Temperatures Rise by MATT COBBLE While our recent cold snaps may make us forget for a time, summertime in Florida is

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Signs of the Season Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida

Florida Strawberries Have Rich History by ERIKA ALDRICH Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida The peak of strawberry season is right around the corner, meaning America’s favorite fruit is