Ray Bodrey

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Date registered: February 16, 2016

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Gulf County Extension Director, Agent II Agriculture & Natural Resource, Horticulture, Sea Grant

Latest posts

  1. Storm Season is Right Around the Corner, Let’s Be Ready — May 23, 2018
  2. Using Water Wisely in the Panhandle — May 7, 2018
  3. Paddle Sports, the Key to Unlocking Ecotourism — October 30, 2017
  4. With Hurricane Season Approaching, Are You Prepared for an Evacuation? — May 21, 2017
  5. Am I Living in a Floodplain? — April 26, 2017

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Storm Season is Right Around the Corner, Let’s Be Ready

Storm Season is Right Around the Corner, Let’s Be Ready Ray Bodrey, UF/IFAS Gulf County Extension Director Hurricane season technically begins on June 1st and ends November 30th. However, storm season may reach us in the Panhandle as early as Memorial Day weekend. As Floridians, we face the possibility of tropical storms and hurricanes every year. …

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Using Water Wisely in the Panhandle

It’s a struggle to manage our Panhandle landscapes, especially over the late spring-summer months. Just remember, small adjustments can mean significant impacts in conserving water. Some homeowners are not aware that watering plants too much can have as much of an ill effect as not watering enough. Shallow rooted plants, as well as newly set …

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Paddle Sports, the Key to Unlocking Ecotourism

In the Panhandle, we are blessed to be surrounded by some of the most beautiful and ecologically diverse, fresh & marine water bodies on the planet. Paddle sports are the perfect way to experience. So, get out and explore! The oldest form of paddle sports, canoeing, is a great way to explore our natural waterways. …

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With Hurricane Season Approaching, Are You Prepared for an Evacuation?

Hurricane season begins this year on June 1st and ends November 30th. As Floridians, we face the possibility of hurricanes each year. This simply goes with the territory. During these months, it’s important to plan for the threat of a hurricane, and at the same time hope, it never happens. First and foremost, you may …

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Am I Living in a Floodplain?

Floods are a common concern in many areas of the U.S. Gulf coastal residents should be particularly aware. Floods may come in the form of flash floods, which come with little warning. Other flood conditions come on slower, as with large thunder storm fronts and tropical storms. With hurricane season not far away, it’s a …

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Tupelo Honey – Rich in Local History and Medicinal Value

The Annual Tupelo Honey Festival will be held on Saturday, May 21st from 9 AM – 4 PM at Lake Alice Park in Wewahitchka. It’s an exciting event, and your chance to take part in this local delicacy. Area honey producers will be on hand, selling their honey in a variety of sizes. There will …

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