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August 2000 Archive
GAINESVILLE — The recent Republican and Democratic national political conventions helped the Florida Consumer Confidence index soar to the highest point in its 16-year history, breaking a record for the second time this year, University of Florida economists said Tuesday.
GAINESVILLE — The University of Florida’s conservation and wildlife study programs received a boost this summer from the Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund: more than $142,000 to fund eight different projects. The Disney awards are part of the company’s commitment to support conservation efforts around the globe.
GAINESVILLE — With outbreaks of the Southern Pine Beetle occurring in Central Florida for the first time and more flare-ups of the destructive insect expected this fall, University of Florida experts say homeowners should act quickly to save their healthy trees.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.—When she developed a rare bone marrow disease and was no longer able to cook family meals, clean the house or even work, “Brenda” had a difficult time coping with the disruption to her successful and well-ordered life.
GAINESVILLE — The University of Florida’s research funding will top $315 million in awards in fiscal year 1999-2000, up 6.4 percent from the previous year’s total of $296 million, according to figures released Friday.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A University of Florida research team has developed a new technique to reduce toxic pollution from incinerating pesticide-treated wood, a development that comes amid growing national debate over how to safely dispose of the wood.