Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog


U.S Military Service Member Reverently Holding the American Flag

  SAVE THE DATE! November 12, 2016: We are honored to announce that Walk Georgia is teaming up with our partners from Georgia State Parks to sponsor a ‘Veterans ’ fun-filled weekend of fitness and fellowship. In addition to all the other fun things you can do at FDR State…
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Which Came First – Summer Holidays or Food?

By Kristen Sumpter, M.A., Fulton County Extension Agent Ah yes – summer is in full swing. Kids are in summer camps and adults are blasting the A/C for any source of cool air. This time of year is filled with nostalgic memories of beach vacations, road trips and summer holidays….
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Dried Plums with Peaches and Yogurt

This week’s featured recipe is a light, homemade fruit yogurt. This yogurt recipe features plums and peaches in particular. You probably recognize peaches from Georgia’s namesake as the “Peach State”, but did you know that the plum is another Georgia fruit that is locally grown and highly nutritious? The dark purple…
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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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Recipe: Zucchini Italian Style

This week’s recipe is a simple, but delicious Italian style zucchini stir-fry. Stir-fries are some of my favorite dishes to cook because they take little time to make, and it’s so easy to add tons of flavor with a little bit of effort. Zucchini and other types of summer squash…
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