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Forestry Services and Properties
Grower's of Quality Trees ...
Buckeye Nursery is helping our customers improve the environment while growing forest for future generations.
Growing Florida's Future.
A web based company providing a timber price service for landowners and small businesses.
Enjoy the best in natural resource management, real estate sales and acquisitions, and wildlife consulting: Southern Forestry Consultants, Southern Forestry Realty, and The Wildlife Company.
A statewide, non-profit organization established in 1934. It is devoted entirely and exclusively to promoting and protecting the ability of cattlemen to produce and market their products.
The Panhandle Cattlemen's Association is the Okaloosa and Walton Counties Chapter of the Florida Cattlemen's Association. Members are cattle farmers, ranchers, land owners, or just people interested in cattle, conservation, wildlife, or spending time with honest hardworking folks.
The Jackson County Cattlemen’s Association is a member of the Florida Cattlemen’s Association. The Jackson County Cattlemen have been protecting land owner rights since 1962. Members are cattle farmers, ranchers, land owners, or just people interested in cattle, interested in providing habitat for wildlife and water recharge, and supporting the future of agriculture through 4-H and FFA members.
Friends of Farm Credit
AgFirst Farm Credit Bank is part of the Farm Credit System, the largest agricultural lending organization in the United States.
The Agriculture in the Classroom website provides links to state programs and resources to contextualize Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects with authentic activities that can be easily integrated to engage students with nutrition, geography, history, and economics.
The purpose of promotion, education and research in order to enhance the peanut farmers in Florida in their endeavors to make a profit in peanut farming.
A small, family-run artisan ranch in the panhandle of Florida. They raise sheep and goats, board pets and make jelly from the native Mayhaw trees on the property. They have a reputation as local providers of high-quality lamb and goat meat. They maintain the herds and flocks at sustainable levels and are all pasture-raised naturally, without pesticides or hormones, in a non-stressed environment.
The PFMA, a community based food system model, is a local effort to assist farmers in pooling their resources and allowing them access to larger markets in the produce industry.
As Commissioner of Agriculture, he is focused on fostering economic prosperity, increasing access to locally-grown products, expanding the production of energy and addressing the challenges that face the state’s water supply.