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Georgia’s Climate Trends

“Climate is more than just the average weather,” said Pam Knox, UGA’s Weather Director and this month’s Thoughtful Thursday speaker. Climate is about ranges of temperatures, extremes, and cycles that can be natural or or otherwise. When you start talking about climate trends, the time period really does matter. For…
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WINTERGREEN 2021 Virtual Conference for Continuing Education

WINTERGREEN 2021: ADAPT OVERCOME & THRIVE Learn all about the event through the Attendee Brochure. Hosted by the Georgia Green Industry Association (GGIA), the WINTERGREEN virtual tradeshow will take place online January 19-21, 2021. The educational seminars for this event are a great Continuing Education (CE) opportunity for Georgia Master…
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Master Mentoring: An Opportunity to Shape NextGen Gardeners

For our last Thoughtful Thursday session of 2020, Georgia 4-H specialists Keri Hobbs and Craven Hudson were joined by Donovan Nelson as they shared about the opportunity to shape the next generation of gardeners through the Master Mentoring program. This Georgia 4-H program supports the essential elements of youth development,…
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Special Opportunity to View “Hearts of Glass”

The University of Georgia Department of Horticulture, together with the Institute on Human Development and Disabilities, the Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program, the Office of Sustainability, and UGArden, are excited to share the award-winning “Hearts of Glass” documentary to the university community. The film is about Vertical Harvest, an ambitious small business located in Jackson Hole, WY, that combines high-tech…
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Tips for Using Zoom

You’re likely very familiar with Zoom as we continue to use the online platform for everything from local project meetings to virtual learning opportunities like Thoughtful Thursday sessions and Regional Leadership Conferences. Zoom has recently updated to version 5.0. If you have not updated your software, you may experience issues…
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