Cooperative Extension is a partnership between the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), the U.S Department of Agriculture, and Seminole County Government to provide scientific knowledge and expertise on subjects related to agricultural, human, and natural resources to sustain and enhance the quality of life for the residents of Seminole County. The County Extension Agent offers many classes throughout the year on various topics such as lawns, landscaping, integrated pesticide use, natural resources, soil, and water. View the Seminole County Cooperative Extension Service website.
Best Management Practices for Environmentally Friendly Landscaping, for details view the Florida Yards and Neighborhoods Handbook (PDF).
The atlas contains water resource information on the County’s lakes and streams. The Atlas provides easy access with information on volunteer opportunities, Stormwater and water quality education, lake and watershed management information, as well as the opportunity for input from the public to tell fishing stories, historical information, and upload photos. View the Seminole County Watershed Atlas website.
A public partnership serving Central Florida to provide introductory training, basic education, and career opportunities in the Public Works field, learn more and visit the Public Works Academy website.