Monthly Archives: April 2022

Inter American University of Puerto Rico Places Order for Piper Seminole During Sun-n-Fun Aerospace Expo

Inter American University of Puerto Rico Places Order for Piper Seminole During Sun-n-Fun Aerospace Expo

 

Piper Aircraft has announced an order for a Piper Seminole twin-engine trainer from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico. This order marks the first new Piper Seminole to be sold into Puerto Rico in more than 20 years. The order was received on the fourth day of the Sun-n-Fun Aerospace Expo 2022. The Inter American University of Puerto Rico will take delivery of their first new Seminole in the first quarter of 2023, which will join their Piper fleet of eight Archers, one Seminole, and one Arrow.
The Airway Science Programs of the Inter American University of Puerto Rico started at the Metropolitan Campus in 1985 and then moved to the Bayamón Campus in 1992 and today the School of Aeronautics offers the following Airway Science baccalaureate degrees:
  • Aircraft Systems Management (Professional Pilot),
  • Aviation Sciences Management
Both programs are accredited by the Aviation Accreditation Board International (AABI).
The Inter American University of Puerto Rico School of Aeronautics is the only collegiate institution in the Caribbean to offer bachelor’s degrees in two areas of Airway Sciences.
“We are extremely excited to work with the Inter American University of Puerto Rico and support their flight program with advanced training equipment.   The pilot training curriculum offered by Inter American University of Puerto Rico combined with the Garmin G1000 NXi equipped Piper Seminole will further strengthen their stellar reputation for providing well-trained pilots who are prepared for the demands of the aviation industry. We look forward to delivering their new Seminole next year”, said Dan Lewis, Manager, Regional Sales for Latin America.

About Piper Aircraft, Inc.

Piper Aircraft Inc., headquartered in Vero Beach, Fla., offers aviators throughout the world efficient and reliable single- and twin-engine aircraft and is the first general aviation aircraft manufacturer in the world to certify Garmin Autoland. The single-engine M-Class series – the M600SLS, M500, and M350 – offers businesses and individual’s elegant performance, value and a superior ownership experience. The Personal Class Archer LX and Archer DLX balance proven performance, efficiency, and simplicity in a piston powered aircraft. The Trainer Class Pilot 100/100i, Archer TX, Archer DX, Seminole and Seneca V aircraft form the most complete technically-advanced line of pilot training aircraft in the world. Piper is a member of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. To learn more about Piper Aircraft, visit the company’s website at piper.com

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Apr. 11, 2022|

101 Dalmatians Gala will Benefit EFMC

 101 Dalmatians Gala Will Benefit EFMC

 

On April 23, you’ll be able to learn what’s black and white and “red” all over at the annual An Evening of Excellence/Bids for Kids to benefit the Education Foundation of Martin County (EFMC). The elegant gala fundraiser, which will be held at Mariner Sands Country Club, will give you 101 reasons to support the nonprofit that’s always there for Martin County’s teachers and students.

Start your fun-filled evening with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and be prepared to ooh and aah as stylish guests arrive in their suggested red, black and white attire. During the cocktail reception, participate in the silent portion of EFMC’s signature Bids for Kids auction, which typically consists of hundreds of must-have items including fishing charters, gift baskets, vacation getaways, spa treatments, golf packages, jewelry and artwork. While feasting on a surf-and-turf dinner or vegetarian entrée, get in the action as auctioneer KC Daniel cranks up the bidding during the live portion of Bids for Kids.

To round out the evening’s festivities, enjoy dancing to the sweet sounds of DJ Jammin Jim.  As always, the event raises funds to assist the Foundation with enriching and enhancing the quality of education in Martin County's public schools. It's a great time for a great cause. This year’s event, which is presented by Morganti, features a “101 Dalmatians” theme.

Other sponsors include Jeanine C. Webster, CFP and Mel Nobel – The Travel Guy, the Gehring Group, Jacquin & Sons Construction, The Arati Hammond Team at Keller Williams Realty, Treasure Coast Urgent Care, Keiser University, Harvard Jolly Architecture, PNC Bank, Tami Karol Insurance, Proctor Construction, Curriculum Associates, FPL, JS Konkus Insurance Group, UDT, Laviano & Associates Real Estate Professionals, Florida Blue, Renaissance Learning, Tony Anderson, and SwissMango.

Proceeds support numerous programs including, but not limited to, EFMC’s “For the Love of Reading” Book Vending Machine Initiative, “EFMC PLAYS (Purposeful Language Acquisition Yields Success) across the MCSD,” New Teacher Support Sessions, New Educator Orientation, Re-Engineering Algebra, Professional Development, STEAM Initiative (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math), Martin County Teacher of the Year, AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), Cambridge AICE program, Share-a-Smile, classroom grants, and the Foundation’s YourClassroomConnection.org campaign, which connects the community to local classrooms through online Adopt-a-Class, Fund-a-Project, and Bulleting Board Listings programs.

This event is always a sellout, so don’t wait.  Plan to be at Mariner Sands Country Club on Saturday, April 23 from 6 to 11 p.m. for this richly elegant event.

Tickets are $200 per person (21 years of age to attend, please) and there are a limited number for sale.

For information, to buy tickets or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, visit www.educationfoundationmc.org.

 

Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

 

Apr. 11, 2022|

Sunshine Kitchen to Host Commercial Kitchen Food Safety & Regulation Workshop April 27

Sunshine Kitchen to Host Commercial Kitchen Food Safety & Regulation Workshop April 27

 

Are you a food entrepreneur looking to better understand the state and federal food regulations? Do you need help developing a food safety plan or to practice food safety techniques?  Join UF/IFAS Extension for a one-day workshop on the basics of Preventive Controls for Human Food (PCHF) rule and other relevant food safety regulations on Wednesday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Sunshine Kitchen.

This workshop will include activities covering proper cleaning, sanitation and other food safety techniques, practices and principles that are critical in shared-use kitchens and all commercial food processing facilities. User-friendly examples and templates will be provided so attendees leave with the basic components of a food safety plan. This workshop is not a replacement for the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance-Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (FSPCA-PCQI) course. However, it can act as a prerequisite and is meant to benefit food entrepreneurs of all levels.

The cost to attend this workshop is $10 for members of the Sunshine Kitchen and $30 for non-members. To register visit: foodsafetyftpierce4-27-22.eventbrite.com. For more information contact Matt Krug at: [email protected].

Located at 7550 Pruitt Research Center Road in Fort Pierce, the Sunshine Kitchen is a 10,000-square-foot commercial kitchen facility designed to offer culinary entrepreneurs the space to grow their business. The facility is owned and operated by the St. Lucie County Board of County Commissioners. For more information about the Sunshine Kitchen, including rental fees, visit: www.sunshinekitchenslc.com.

 

 

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Apr. 11, 2022|

Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation Names Executive Director

Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation Names Executive Director

 

The Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation has announced the addition of Elizabeth Farrar to the organization in the newly created position of Executive Director.

Farrar is the founder and owner of Farrar Creative and brings extensive experience in providing guidance to nonprofit organizations in the areas of fund development, strategic planning, communication, branding, website development and social media initiatives.

“Elizabeth will provide a tremendous level of creativity, energy and commitment to the work of the Foundation as we seek to grow and expand in the coming years,” said Erica Garwood, President of the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation.

Farrar will work with the Foundation’s co-founders Erica and John Garwood and the Board of Directors to develop and implement strategic plans for fundraising, expansion, and future community initiatives.

She will also be the principal contact and administrator of the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation Phoenix Scholarship Awards program, which provides scholarships to qualified individuals in the local recovery community who are working to resume or initiate their education.

“After losing their son, Mark, to substance use disorder, Erica and John Garwood established the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation to honor their son’s memory and help young adults in south Florida who are in recovery and committed to long-term sobriety”, stated Farrar,

“Since 2014, they have provided more than $250,000 in educational grants through their Phoenix Scholarship program and touched countless other lives through their support of the Mark Garwood Phoenix House and the Bridge House sober living residences.

“I am honored to join the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation as its first executive director and look forward to helping the Garwoods grow their foundation to provide strength and hope to the recovery community in Florida,” she added.

Farrar is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and a past member of the Vanderbilt University Alumni Association Board of Directors.  She has been an active volunteer in numerous organizations, including the Junior League of Birmingham, Alabama, the American Cancer Society, the Florida Division of Emergency Management (COVID Vaccination Program) and the Hutchinson Island Preservation Initiative.

To learn more about the Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation, visit www.markgarwoodsharefoundation.org.

 

Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

 

Apr. 11, 2022|

GreenPointe announces Austin Burr Promotion

GreenPointe announces Austin Burr Promotion

New Regional President focused on expanding company’s footprint in South Florida

 

GreenPointe Developers announced the promotion of Austin Burr to Regional President.

In his new role, Burr manages the company’s operations in South Florida with a focus on GreenPointe’s growth and expansion through new acquisitions and development.

“Austin has an incredible passion and knowledge of our business, and his new role reflects our confidence in him as a leader,” said GreenPointe Developers President Grady Miars. “Austin has done a phenomenal job managing our South Florida region and we are looking forward to seeing it thrive and grow under his leadership.”

Burr has been successful in developing GreenPointe’s footprint within the communities of Veranda and Wylder in Port St. Lucie, Fla. He joined the company as Assistant Project Manager/Financial Analyst in 2018 and was promoted to South Florida Regional Manager in 2021.

 Prior to GreenPointe, Burr served as a Senior Audit Associate at KPMG in Jacksonville, focusing on real estate clients. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and a master’s degree in accounting from Florida State University.

Burr serves on the Board of Directors of the Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF), a nonprofit organization founded in memory of his mother, a devoted child advocate. MBF Prevention Education Programs educate and empower children and adults with information and strategies to prevent, recognize and respond appropriately to abuse, bullying, cyberbullying, digital dangers, exploitation, and human trafficking.

GreenPointe is developing communities throughout Florida. For more information, visit www.GreenPointeLLC.com.

About GreenPointe Developers, LLC

GreenPointe Developers is the community and urban development division of GreenPointe Holdings with extensive real estate market data and analytical systems to rapidly assess real estate values and challenges.

The GreenPointe team has more than 140 years of collective experience in developing some of the most sought-after master-planned and condominium communities in the Southeast. The team creates and transforms residential and mixed-use communities into neighborhoods for today’s homebuyer while providing lasting, sustainable value.

Having the utmost respect for the land, the GreenPointe team works diligently to protect and enhance nature’s best assets. This thoughtful practice allows GreenPointe Developers to create and reenergize communities that provide for an enduring lifestyle where people want to live, work and enjoy recreation. More information is available at www.GreenPointeLLC.com or (904) 996-2485.

GreenPointe is proud to support the Monique Burr Foundation for Children and its mission to protect children by providing comprehensive, evidence-based personal safety programs. For more information, visit www.mbfpreventioneducation.org.

 

Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

 

Apr. 11, 2022|

House of Hope hires Mike Meier as Growing Hope Farm Manager

House of Hope Welcomes Mike Meier as Growing Hope Farm  Manager

 

Mike Meier, an active proponent of sustainable urban farming and an advocate for community service, joins House of Hope this month as Farm Manager at Growing Hope Farm. 

Growing Hope Farm in Palm City is House of Hope’s innovative answer to providing fresh fruits and vegetables to individuals and families in need throughout Martin County. The farm features nearly 65,000 cubic feet of hydroponic greenhouse operations and raised beds for vegetables.  The farm will soon add a small grove of fruit trees and berry bushes along with a packing house.  

“Our Growing Hope Farm is key to our mission to provide a complete spectrum of food and nutritional support to our clients,” said House of Hope CEO Rob Ranieri. “It’s become a big business, with more than 6,000 packages of produce distributed each month. It’s also an  essential business as we work to improve the nutritional value of the food available to our  neighbors who are trying to overcome hunger and hardship.” 

Meier is currently a City Commissioner in Stuart, elected in 2018. He served as Mayor in 2020. A  third-generation Stuart resident, he was formerly a tech company analytics director but returned to Stuart to pursue his dream of sustainable urban farming. With two partners he founded Ground Floor Farm, an urban farming operation in Stuart which specialized in growing fresh market crops. He has been the Director of Operations for Colab Farms, based in  Indiantown.

“Mike is the ideal person for this position,” Ranieri said. “He has a head for the work and a  heart for our mission. With Mike as manager, we expect to boost our productivity and connect  with other growers in the region as our new packing house comes online.” 

For Meier, this new role fits perfectly with his philosophy for the future of farming. “I'm a firm believer in the importance of sustainable food systems and helping communities bridge the gap between farm and plate,” Meier said. “Growing Hope Farm is making a tremendous impact on  the amount and quality of food available locally, and I’m proud to become a part of the effort.” 

 

About House of Hope 

Founded in 1984, House of Hope is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that empowers Martin  County residents to overcome hunger and hardship. House of Hope touches the lives of more than 7,000 people each month helping with basic needs such as food, clothing, furniture,  financial assistance, as well as longer-term case management services that help build life skills for a more self-sufficient future.  

The organization has service centers and thrift stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown, and  Jensen Beach. House of Hope’s Golden Gate Center for Enrichment in Stuart offers free programs, technology, and workshops designed to enhance life skills, earning potential, health,  and overall well-being.  

House of Hope also operates the Growing Hope Farm in Palm City and several nutrition gardens that provide sustainable sources of fresh produce for clients as well as nutrition education and vocational opportunities to the community. For more information, visit hohmartin.org or call  772-286-4673. Updates and announcements can also be found on Facebook, Instagram  Instagram, and Twitter.  

 

Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

 

Apr. 11, 2022|

Assuming the lead on business leadership

Assuming the lead on business leadership

Tom Kindred leads a group of IRSC Business School students

Tom Kindred leads a group of IRSC Business School students through a Contemporary Business Leadership course. INDIAN RIVER STATE COLLEGE

 

As I have written and been quoted saying many times, Treasure Coast Business magazine is the go-to publication for all things business across the Treasure Coast.

The regional business owners, operators and entrepreneurs who read and leverage the business information included in the magazine undoubtedly understand the importance of leadership in one’s personal life, our community, and certainly in business.

A Google search for business leadership articles and books will generate more than 60 million entries — indicating the interest in, and importance of, the topic of business leadership.

The rapid economic and marketplace growth the Treasure Coast is experiencing will produce and foster many positive outcomes, including job creation and expansion, higher wages and career advancement.

This growth will also generate entrepreneurial opportunities in the form of start-ups to support new regional industries and companies. However, this same growth and expansion will undoubtedly create new pain points and complexities, including traffic issues, increased pressure on existing infrastructure, capital access and workforce issues. Addressing and managing these issues will require leadership.

Recognizing leadership is an important topic for the region’s business community, the editorial staff at Treasure Coast Business believed it was time to lead on leadership. Multiple pages of this issue present profiles of a small sampling and examples of the hundreds of outstanding business and community leaders working each day along the Treasure Coast.

The Treasure Coast has always had a strong foundation of extraordinary business leadership in all industry sectors, including agriculture, finance, legal, real estate, education, government, nonprofits, retail and manufacturing. The most interesting aspect of these leaders is that many represent multiple generations of leaders. These individuals had mothers, fathers and grandparents who served in key leadership positions across the Treasure Coast, providing extensive experience and knowledge of the region’s legacies and history. As my father might say — these folks know the lay of the land.

I am also happy to report the prospects for a new generation of Treasure Coast leaders are promising and strong. I was recently asked to lead and instruct a contemporary leadership class for the School of Business at Indian River State College. I have always been impressed with the maturity and experience level of its students and this group is no exception.

However, I have been most impressed with this group’s willingness, desire and fearless acceptance of leadership roles within organizations where they are employed. If these students represent a sampling of Treasure Coast millennials and Gen Zs, I am encouraged and confident our region will have an intelligent, engaged, competent and innovative group of future business leaders to guide our region’s marketplace in the coming years.

Please note — the magazine recognizes there are hundreds of others worthy of being recognized for their leadership roles and contributions. This leadership profile story is designed to highlight and provide an example of dedicated individuals who are leading, out front and behind the scenes, to initiate and facilitate positive growth for the region, the business community and its residents.
Please feel free to contact the Florida SBDC at IRSC and provide us with your thoughts on who should be included in next year’s Treasure Coast Leaders to Watch.

For more information on the magazine and all the business assistance services and resources available through the Florida SBDC at IRSC, email us at [email protected] or contact Katie Muldoon at 772.336.6085.

See the original article in the print publication


Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

Apr. 7, 2022|

Treasure Coast Business News 4.5.22

Susan Rabinowitz is BOA President | Melissa Montanez is Marine Bank Vice President | Food System Connections | Bruce Roder new HPS Director

Bank of America names Susan Rabinowitz president of Treasure Coast

Bank of America has named Susan Rabinowitz as president of Bank of America Treasure Coast. Rabinowitz succeeds Doug Sherman, who has led the market the past nine years and announced his decision to retire from the company last month.

As president, Rabinowitz will be responsible for connecting the
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Marine Bank & Trust hires Melissa Montanez as vice president, Banking Center manager in Fort Pierce

 

Marine Bank and Trust has announced that Melissa Montanez has joined the Bank as Vice President, Banking Center Manager of its forthcoming full-service Fort Pierce location.  Located at 604 Seaway Plaza at the southeast corner of US Highway 1 and Seaway Drive, the banking center is expected to open in early summer of this year.


With more than 20 years of banking experience including 15 years in... Read More>>

Treasure Coast Extension presents Food System Connections virtual networking event

The next Good Food Connections meeting of the season will be held Tuesday, April 19 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. Good Food Connections meetings are free virtual networking events intended to help growers, distributors, retailers, food pantries, chefs, school food services, etc. make connections to strengthen our food system.


Please join us for our last event of the season on April 19. The featured presenter will be... Read More>>

Bruce Roder joins Helping People Succeed as director of Coordinated Specialty Care Team

Helping People Succeed recently announced the addition of Bruce Roder to its staff.

Roder, who will serve as Director of the non-profit’s Coordinated Specialty Care Team, has extensive experience in children’s mental and behavioral health fields. He will represent Helping People Succeed in a consortium of agencies and organizations that will work together to fill the Treasure Coast’s burgeoning need for these services.

A resident of Port St. Lucie, Roder has held... Read More>>

 

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The Noble Paw
772.348.0800
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Pet Supplies Plus
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Ocean Drive Plastic Surgery
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EP6 Group
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Oasis Senior Advisors
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Best Value Jewelry & Pawn
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Eventful Moments LLC
772.349.1989
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The Barn & Pavilion at Mancil Ranch
772.631.6256

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Apr. 5, 2022|

Bank of America Names Susan Rabinowitz President of Treasure Coast

Bank of America Names Susan Rabinowitz President of Treasure Coast

 

Bank of America has named Susan Rabinowitz as president of Bank of America Treasure Coast. Rabinowitz succeeds Doug Sherman, who has led the market the past nine years and announced his decision to retire from the company last month.

As president, Rabinowitz will be responsible for connecting the banking and investment resources offered through the bank’s eight lines of business to people and companies across the Treasure Coast. She will also lead the effort to deploy Bank of America’s resources to address social concerns, strengthen economic opportunity, and build strong communities, as well as support the health, safety, and engagement of local employees.

“With more than 25 years' experience in the financial services industry, Susan has held various leadership positions and established deep relationships with teammates, clients, and the community,” said Brian Moynihan, Bank of America chairman and CEO. “Susan is perfectly positioned to build upon the accomplishments that Doug has made with Bank of America. I thank Doug for his leadership and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”

Susan has worked with Business Banking, Commercial Banking, and Commercial Real Estate clients and managed sales and credit teams. She’s rejoining the Business Banking Southeast leadership team from Global Risk, where she most recently served as Commercial Credit Risk executive. In addition, she’s an advocate for equality and inclusion, an LGBTQ+ Ally, member of the bank’s employee network for leadership development of women, a financial literacy champion, and has mentored several women-owned businesses through the Vital Voices Global Ambassador program.positioned to build upon the accomplishments that Doug has made with Bank of America. I thank Doug for his leadership and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”

Active in the community, Susan is focused on addressing food insecurity as a board member of the Palm Beach County Food Bank and served as a past president and board member of the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County.

Bank of America

Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 67 million consumer and small business clients with approximately 4,200 retail financial centers, approximately 16,000 ATMs, and award-winning digital banking with more than 54 million verified digital users. Bank of America is a global leader in wealth management, corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. Bank of America offers industry-leading support to approximately 3 million small business households through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients through operations across the United States, its territories and approximately 35 countries. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

 

 

Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]
Apr. 4, 2022|

Treasure Coast Extension Makes Space for Food System Connections April 19

Treasure Coast Extension Makes Space for Food System Connections April 19

The next Good Food Connections meeting of the season will be held Tuesday, April 19 from 4 - 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. Good Food Connections meetings are free virtual networking events intended to help growers, distributors, retailers, food pantries, chefs, school food services, etc. make connections to strengthen our food system.

Please join us for our last event of the season on April 19. The featured presenter will be Nicolette Mariano of Treasure Coast Shellfish LLC. Currently Treasure Coast Shellfish is the only oyster farm in their growing area and just one of two on the east coast of Florida. The Treasure Coast Shellfish farm is located south of the Sebastian Inlet and north of the Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge in the pristine waters of the Indian River Lagoon. The goal of Treasure Coast Shellfish is to bring back a dying industry on Florida’s east coast while being at the forefront of sustainable aquaculture practices.

Please register in advance; there is no fee to participate. To register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/good-food-connections-2021-2022-tickets-184899869487. If you have any questions, call Carol Roberts at UF/IFAS Extension in St. Lucie at 772-462-1895.

Agenda

4 - 4:15 p.m. - Informal networking and Introductions

4:15 – 5 p.m. - Virtual farm tour with Nicolette Mariano of Treasure Coast Shellfish LLC

5 - 5:15 p.m. - Discussion & resource sharing from your extension team

5:15 - 5:30 p.m. - Wrap-up

 


Treasure Coast Business is a news service and magazine published in print, via e-newsletter and online at tcbusiness.com by Indian River Media Group. For more information or to report news email [email protected]

Apr. 4, 2022|