2017 PIE Center photo contest open for submissions

Get your cameras ready! The PIE Center launched the 5th Annual Photo Contest on February 1 and will be accepting photo submissions through February 26. This year's contest is sponsored by the Wedgworth Leadership Institute. Learn more about the contest rules and prizes.

PIE Center hosts Clean WateR3 webinar series

Learn about the latest water treatment and conservation research in these six webinars presented by the Clean WateR3 research and outreach team. Learn more and register today.

Floridians feel unknowledgeable on invasive species

Research from the latest public opinion poll on invasive species revealed that 72 percent of residents rate their concern for invasive species at a high level despite feeling unknowledgeable of invasive species. Learn more about Floridians' opinions of invasive species.

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March 23 (10:30-11:30am) – The Florida peach industry: Consumer research and marketing plan in collaboration with the Fresh From Florida campaign

Did you know that the Florida peach season is right around the corner, beginning in March? Did you even know that peaches grow in Florida? Many Floridians are uninformed about the Florida peach industry, however with marketing opportunities with the Florida Department of...
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