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AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Water is a wonderful way to beat the summer heat. Adding fruit can take hydration to the next level. Experts from the Alabama Cooperative Extension System's Supplemental … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — The 2023 Alabama cotton crop had a late and slow start. Spring rains and cool temperatures caused planting delays, then slowed emergence and seedling growth. Summer was … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Alabama's meat and poultry processing industry is receiving major financial investments through the Alabama Meat Processing Program. The Alabama Department of Agriculture … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Alabama is home to some of the best seafood in the country. For many, it wouldn't be summer without getting a taste of fresh Alabama seafood. While taking a trip to the … more
With warmer weather here, more and more people are spending time on their decks, patios and in their gardens and yards using outdoor products. From grills to furniture to mowers, 88% of Americans … more
For an inspiring example of starting at the bottom and working your way up, look no further than Chancelor (Chance) Mancuso of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' (ADCNR) … more
BOX More information AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Tomatoes are by far the most popular plant in the vegetable garden, but they can also be the most problematic. Eliminate the questions and begin … more
Hurricane season officially kicked off June 1 and concludes Nov. 30. To ensure everyone is prepared to endure a potential natural disaster, Alabama Extension professionals are prepared to cover a … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Alabama 4-H is hard at work building the leaders of tomorrow. Through their leadership and citizenship programming, 4-H specialists and agents work with youth to instill the … more
The City of Orange Beach announced on May 24 that the west side of the Perdido Pass Seawall Parkwill be closed for damage repairs caused by Hurricane Sally. According to a post released from the … more
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Now is the perfect time to visit Alabama's exquisite river basins. These waterways are teeming with new life thanks to an annual reminder of the state's beauty, the Cahaba … more
Down a winding, tree-lined road on the outskirts of Clanton is a destination that attracts a select group of individuals and their canine companions. It's the Coonhound Cabin, which sits on 85 acres … more
On Saturday, June 10, Alabamians and out-of-state visitors alike will have the opportunity to fish for free in most public waters including both freshwater and saltwater. Free Fishing Day allows … more
The Alabama Gulf Coast weather has decided to skip pleasant and go straight to hot this week, but that shouldn't stop you from enjoying the weekend. This weekend will be a busy one on the coast with … more
Did you know the Mobile-Tensaw Delta is home to more turtle species, 18, than any other river delta in the world, including the Amazon and the Mekong?  It’s not a luxurious cruise … more
ORANGE BEACH — Scientists suspect the dead, 14-foot great hammerhead shark found in Orange Beach on April 20 was killed in a fishing accident."We examined the shark internally and externally … more
Caution: low flying fish is a term you may hear often this weekend. If you are new to the Gulf Coast you may not know about the famous Interstate Mullet Toss at the Flora-Bama. Imagine a weekend-long … more
Years of dreaming, planning and patience culminated with the unique groundbreaking for the Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism and Sustainability (Gulf Coast Eco Center) Oct. 27. Gulf Shores City School … more
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