Knowledge Exchange - Florida Earth Foundation

Florida Earth Foundation

Florida Earth is a nonprofit organization that is best described as a developer of knowledge exchange platforms in water disciplines. Originally an initiative of the University of Florida's Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences, Florida Earth was turned into a nonprofit in 2004 with the original intent of developing education and outreach programs for Everglades Restoration. In 2005 the organization was approached by the United Nations to develop a program that worked with UNESCO-IHE, the world's largest water university, located in Delft, Netherlands. Since then, Florida Earth has now four international programs as well as a suite of domestic programs in Florida and the US.

Water sector Internal Coordination within organization

Upcoming new technical fellowship

Composting Toilets feces disposal elephant in the room

The 2016 Water Professionals Fundraiser

USNC Professional Team in Netherlands May 9-13

Announcing the Natural Systems Module 2016

Florida Farms and Aqua farms are unprotected in Florida

Welcome to Florida Earth's New Community

Coastal resilience means building the ability of a community to "bounce back"

How is everyone doing?

Dietary preferences

Thank You!

Water in Florida

South Florida Faces Ominous Prospects from Rising Waters - NY Times Article

7 Things You May Not Know About Water

So you think we have water problems in south Florida?

National Geographic Article

UNESCO-IHE Florida Program visits USF

Final Exam

Last Minute Instructions

If you are a vegetarian/vegan/have food allergies, please indicate it here!

Practical information

Dial-in Information for tomorrow's call at noon

Plethora of flood protection measures on east coast of the U.S.

Interesting Article

USNC Handbood

Keukenhof, Sunday May 12

Thoughts on part one of KPMG's "Expect the Unexpected" report

Determinants of agricultural water conservation, incentives, and the rebound effect

Framing as a strategy for developing climate change adaptation policies