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UGArden: Livin’ La Vida Local

By Jay Morris, Walk Georgia Health Promotion Intern UGArden is a learning and demonstration farm on UGA’s campus that is committed to teaching students sustainable food practices and community service. I wanted to visit them and speak about the importance of local agriculture and gardening as a way to lead…
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Staying Active in the Summer

By Jay Morris, Walk Georgia Intern Summer is a great time for rest and relaxation. Schools are out for break, and many people use this downtime to go on vacation with friends and family. But often this period of rest becomes a period of physical inactivity. Staying physically active is…
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Walk Star: Bridget Thompson

Saying goodbye to anyone is hard to do. That’s something that never changes as we move through our lives. It’s a bittersweet feeling because on one hand you are going to miss the time and memories, but on the other hand you realize that they are moving on to bigger and…
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Go: General Coffee State Park + Adventure Camp

For this week’s outdoor feature we will travel to Nicholls, Ga. in Coffee County to make a stop at General Coffee State Park. Named after the politician, farmer, and military general, General John E. Coffee, this park is well-known for its rich agricultural history. The Heritage Farm serves as a museum…
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Recipe: Chicken Posole

It’s that time of the year between spring and summer when the days are warm but the nights are still kind of chilly. This week’s recipe is a cozy way to warm up on these brisk nights. Chicken posole (sometimes spelled pozole) is an awesome soup coming from Mexico. Posole has…
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Walk Star: Steve Poninski

By Jay Morris Every once in a while we like to spotlight a Walk Georgia user who is a clear example of what it means to move more and live more! That being said, we would like to extend a welcome to our Walk Star of the month: Steve Poninski. Steve Poninski works…
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Recipe: Asparagus with Gremolata Sauce

Asparagus has received a bad rap. If you’ve turned up your nose before at this nutritious veggie, spring is the perfect time to give it another try! When you eat in-season produce, not only do you save money, but you also get the best value on nutrition! In-season produce generally costs…
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