The Gator Citrus Club is a multidisciplinary club composed of UF students and faculty advisors interested in citrus and other horticultural crops. The primary objective of the Citrus Club is to enhance students' opportunities for learning the diversity of agriculture in other areas of the world and to look for ways of improving our current agricultural practices at home. The Citrus Club currently has members from several different areas of agriculture and includes both undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled at the University of Florida.
Each year, the Club participates in a variety of activities. In both the fall and the spring, we volunteer at the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings state park in Cross Creek, FL. In December, we organize a citrus sale of fruit from Florida growers. The proceeds from this sale fund educational trips, where we are able to develop contact with individuals and companies all around the world.
Members of Gator Citrus Club are proud to serve as representatives to their respective departments, the University of Florida, and the community.
An up-to-date version of our Constitution can be found here.
Gator Citrus Club