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More Than Academics

Warner University’s Ag Program Tailored for Potential by TERESA SCHIFFER When Warner Southern College opened its doors in Lake Wales in 1968, there were just 27 students in that first

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New Hope for Citrus?

UF Researchers Discover a Potential Way to Control Greening by HEATHER MACHOVINA UF researchers have uncovered another potential tool in the fight against citrus greening. Known as FANA molecules, these

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Taking the Reins

Polk County’s Special Olympics Equestrian Team Builds More Than Skill by PAUL CATALA When Angel Woessner first approached the horses in the stable about two years ago, she was nervous

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Back to Normalcy?

Beef Industry Taking Ups and Downs in Stride by TIM CRAIG For the Florida livestock industry, it’s been a 13-month crash course on how to survive a pandemic and keep

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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