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Living Green highlights environmental challenges and solutions that are geared toward and beneficial to communities across the Southeast, as well as throughout the United States. The purpose of this website is to provide additional information about sustainable living practices. As a companion to the show, the following category-specific content will help you make informed decisions to cultivate a healthy environment in your own community.

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Adopt energy-efficient practices... and save money in the process | Learn More

fresh vegetables picked from a garden


Improve your family's nutrition while supporting local sustainability efforts | Learn More 

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Effective ideas that catch attention and help improve your neighborhood | Learn More

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Insight and advice tailored to your locale from UF/IFAS and the Cooperative Extension Service

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Preserve ecosystems and conservation resources right on your own property | Learn More

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Reduce your environmental impact and discover ways to leave a lasting legacy | Learn More

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Prevent shortages by embracing water conservation as a way of life | Learn More

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How you can establish a symbiotic relationship with regional creatures | Learn More

Original website content and design created by Mark Hostetler, Elizabeth Swiman, and Sarah Webb Miller. With the help of UF/IFAS Communications, the current look and functionality was streamlined for the UF/IFAS Extension Solutions for Your Life website. Al Williamson of UF/IFAS Communications uploads the steaming video for each episode. Images on this website were taken prior to national guidelines of face coverings and social distancing. The site is currently maintained and updated by Tom Barnash and Mark Hostetler.