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  • This week’s Healthy Georgia Connections newsletter includes container gardening basic information from UGA Extension ANR agent of Fulton County, Melissa Mattee, who also works closely with local GA MGEVs. Check out the full newsletter for news you can use and share with your community.

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  • The next edition of Healthy Georgia Connections newsletter is available. It contains several interesting articles, including one on pollinators. Click here to read. Enjoy!

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  • We have been celebrating you, MGEVs, all week this week, and it has been great! As your photos and quotes have rolled out and you’ve “liked” or “loved” or shared, our notifications have lit up. We have one more special treat for you, if you haven’t found it already! We have a special set of…

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  • A Year in Review

    Last year marked the 40th anniversary of the Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program, certainly a momentous occasion to celebrate! We wrapped up all that celebration with a special edition, extended-format Annual Program Report for 2019. This 20-page report captures Georgia MGEVs in action as they volunteer thousands of hours in support of UGA Extension’s…

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  • UGA Extension is offering a new, free weekly newsletter, Healthy Georgia Connections, to bring you timely and useful content about agriculture, the environment, communities, and youth and families, to help create a better Georgia, especially in this time of concern. Healthy Georgia encompasses all of UGA Extension’s work in community health and wellness programming across…

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  • Thank you, MGEVs!

    National Volunteer Week officially kicks off today, and we’re pretty excited! For an entire week, we get to give extra attention to the fantastic accomplishments of each you in your county MGEV programs. This year, since we can’t celebrate in person, we have a virtual celebration packed with pictures, stories, shout-outs, and way-to-goes. I hope…

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  • Our April Thoughtful Thursday session featured a plant disease update from Dr. Elizabeth Little, Associate Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist. She pointed out that this spring has been particularly beautiful and the weather good, so few issues are showing up in the Plant Disease Lab (currently closed due to COVID-19 restricted campus activity). Dr. Little…

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