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The Leaflet NewsletterLeaflet Newsletter - Fall 2023
The new Horticulture Newsletter for Fall 2023 has officially dropped! There are numerous stories ranging from our department head, Leo Lombardini, and his adventures all the way to the Hort Club! Click the link to join us and subscribe to the newsletter!
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UGA Department of HorticultureAbout Us
Through student education, our goal is to develop and disseminate new knowledge that leads to cost-effective and profitable production and improved postharvest handling. As a department, we strive to facilitate the application of horticultural commodities and services that conserve natural resources while protecting and enhancing the environment.
UGA Trial Gardens 2022-2023 InternshipHelp the UGA Trial Gardens flourish this season!
If you are interested in an internship with the UGA Trial Gardens during the 2022-2023 academic school year, email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for permission to register for HORT 3930 for credit.
Featured StoryUGArden: More than just a farm
UGArden is more than just a farm. It's a community. And now it's time to give back to the space that's given so much to the Athens community. Please consider donating as a way to show your support for UGArden today
Featured StoryClimate Adapted Pecans
Georgia is the nation's leading pecan-producing state — and University of Georgia researchers intend to keep it that way. Working with an international team of experts, four faculty from the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have received a U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture award for the second phase of a study to adapt one of Georgia’s top commodities, the pecan.
Featured Story2023 Browne Awards
Four graduate students in the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences have been honored with an E. Broadus Browne Award for Outstanding Graduate Research. Given in honor of the former director of the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations, the award is presented to outstanding CAES master’s and doctoral students recognized for both their research and effective communication.