Mosaic News

Lake Flores goes to Manatee commission for final approval in August

MANATEE — Lake Flores, a mixed-use, walkable community that developers are saying would transform West Bradenton, received its first official stamp of approval Thursday. Manatee County Planning Commission unanimously recommended the 1,300-acre mixed use community for approval. The general development plan and request for rezoning to planned development mixed use will now go before the […]

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Mosaic to mine Duette farmland

DUETTE — Farm fields long used to grow crops for an organic strawberry farm is on its way to becoming part of a phosphate mine that spans almost 12,000 acres in East Manatee. Thursday, the Manatee County Planning Commission will consider converting 272 acres once owned by Wish Farms subsidiary G&D Farms into a mining […]

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Food Bank of Manatee seeking donations for summer

The Food Bank of Manatee is accepting donations and nonperishable goods to help feed children of low-income families during the months when school is not in session. While 60 percent of local children are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals in Manatee County, they are not all able to access nutrition programs in the […]

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Mosaic’s Commitment to Water Resources

February 2 is World Wetlands Day, an international day commemorating the signing of the Ramsar Convention—an international treaty whose purpose is to increase public awareness of wetland preservation and conservation. The Mosaic Company and The Mosaic Company Foundation are committed to protecting global water resources and ensuring the communities in which we operate thrive. Here […]

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South Florida Museum Eyes Major Expansion

The South Florida Museum revealed bold plans for its future with the announcement of the ConnectCampaign, a multi-pronged initiative set to expand the museum’s capabilities and its footprint on the community with a host of new facilities and technologies. Connect Campaign Committee Chair William Blalock said $9.6 million of the $12 million required for the […]

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Range Cattle Research and Education Center Dedicates New Education Building

Cattlemen, Extension agents and other stakeholders soon can attend educational events at a new University of Florida facility dedicated to teaching how to manage the state’s grazing lands. Officials dedicated and opened the Grazinglands Education Building Nov. 20 at UF’s Range Cattle Research and Education Center in Ona. At the same time, they recognized major […]

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