Join us for our next Citizen Science Lecture with Ray Brodrey from the Tupelo Beekeeper Association
Mangroves, a Potential Honey Crop in the Panhandle
Mangroves are a native, woody tree commonly found in the coastal and brackish waters of southern Florida. Mangrove honey is a popular crop in the peninsular region of the state. However, through land disturbance and tropical storm events, the distribution of mangroves is being discovered in northern areas of the state and beyond. For information on how to identify mangrove stands and the tracking and monitoring of the species, please attend the talk on the Feb. 22, 2023!
Hope to see you there.