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The UGA Community and School Gardens page allows community and school gar..
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Leading up to the Great Pollinator Census we will be looking at the benefits of adding pollinator habitat to your school or community ..read more
It is a great time of year for gardeners.  The seed catalogs are starting to arrive in our mailboxes.  What a thrill to open the mailbox ..read more
To better understand how we can ensure that the seeds we collect will result in the plants that we want, let’s go back to high school ..read more
School gardens routinely grow food crops, create pollinator habitat, and even replicate historic gardens. They are an integral part of ..read more
Late October is prime garlic planting time for the Atlanta area.  The bulbs overwinter in the garden and are harvested in the spring.  ..read more
It is the time of the year when Georgians look to the sky to watch for signs of Monarch migration. These butterflies are on their way to ..read more
Insufficient production and storage of photosynthates during the fall transition into dormancy can translate to issues during spring green ..read more
October is Farm to School Month and this year in Georgia we are celebrating with Oh My Squash!. Several of you have grown squash with ..read more
October is Farm to School Month and this year Georgia is celebrating with Oh My Squash! You can visit the project webpage for more ..read more
October is Farm to School Month and schools and early care centers across Georgia are celebrating all things squash!  Oh My Squash! is ..read more

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