How do Floridians use water in their home landscapes? Under what conditions will Floridians adjust their use of fertilizers and pesticides in the home landscape? Join this session to learn the answers to these questions and more about the public perceptions, attitudes and knowledge of landscape water use as Alexa Lamm, assistant professor in agricultural education and communication, discusses the latest public opinion survey results with Michael Dukes, professor in agricultural and biological engineering.Watch the recording
Water remains one of the most critical issues facing the agricultural industry. What do Floridians think about supplying water for agricultural use? Join this session to learn the answers to these questions and more about public perceptions, attitudes and knowledge related to water use as Alexa Lamm discusses the latest PIE Center public opinion survey results. Kati Migliaccio will provide insights into the results based on her extensive experience working in water resource engineering.Watch the recording
See a visual representation of the survey's most important findings.
Living in a state surrounded by water, Floridians prioritize water issues over public education and taxes. Residents and policymakers must balance water supply and quality standards with increased demands from population growth and environmental need.