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Photos and article by Merritt Melancon, PR Coordinator, UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
ATHENS, Georgia -- About 100 farmers, students and local residents came out to the University of Georgia's Durham Horticulture Farm, outside of Athens, Ga., to tour the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences organic demonstration farm at the farm's inaugural Organic Twilight Tour...Read More
SAVANNAH, Georgia – Farmers and farmer groups who face the challenge of direct marketing their products to local consumers may find a solution in food hubs, and a newly created sustainable agriculture consortium is leading the way in Georgia to bring those infrastructures to the state.
During the recent Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference...Read More
The Georgia Sustainable Ag Consortium held their kick-off event on Oct. 27 to discuss food hub creation.
Exploring cover crops and crop rotations as two practices that can aid in successful organic production.
Coalition holding free kick-off event Oct. 27 in Athens, Ga.
Grant submission deadline is 11:59, EST on Nov. 1, 2011.
Xerces Society's courses have reached 1,200 participants in 23 states since 2008.
Grant submission deadline is Oct. 3, 2011.
Ag economist says changes to policies/business strategies needed to help farmers, workers.
UGA program introduces integrated approaches to weed management.
Pike County, Georgia -- where local ag diversity meets entrepreneurial product creativity.
Explore farms, get to know farmers and delight in the local food they produce with this handy agritourism guide.
Strides in collaborative research opening doors for organic peanut industry in the Southeast.
SE Georgia farmer growing winter cover crops as forage and for ag sustainability.