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Giving Back to the Land Through Stewardship

The Agriculture Way of Life: Guarding Water Quality and Preserving Wildlife At one time, the Everglades covered nearly 11,000 square miles. Water flowed south from the Kissimmee River into Lake

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Island Family Fun in the Name of Agriculture

An event to support the founding of a world-class education program Warner University is determined — with the help of some significant partners and community support — to provide a

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Cultivating the Land and the Heart

Service to the Community On and Off the Groves Their workplaces are the groves of Central Florida, caring for the land that supplies the local and national communities with fresh

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Embracing the Majestic Beauty of Horses

Equine Artist Mary Verrandeaux Uses Her Horse-Show Background and Love of Animals to Bring Her Animal-Inspired Portraits to Life Capturing each unique personality is what equine artist Mary Verrandeaux of

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Introduction to Featured Artists

Chad Anderson: Watching the Prairie Disappear “In this photo I was seeking to capture the reflection of the prairie in the cow’s eye as it watches the range disappear. Cattle

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Chad Anderson: Working to Preserve Natural Florida

By day, Chad Anderson is a biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the Florida Keys. By night and on weekends, he is a conservation photographer. In both

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Susan Harrell and Almost Famous LeatherWorks

Crafting a Pioneer Art with a Modern-Day Look “There’s just something special about a custom creation. It is all about you,” says Susan Harrell, owner and leathersmith of a home-based

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Rick Pezzimenti: Capturing the Essence of Florida at Bok Tower Gardens

Nestled between Tampa and Orlando is an 83-year-old garden that attracts people from Florida and around the world. Originally a gift to the American people by Dutch immigrant Edward Bok,

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Modern tools for monitoring your equine’s health

Equines communicate through various physical and behavioral signs. From the position of the ears to nervous nibbling and gait are all signals that indicate their emotions or physical well being.

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A trio of excellence in teaching

| Polk County Farm Bureau recognizes outstanding educators in agriculture | Excellence comes in many forms. This year, it came in the form of three caring and committed teachers who