New Ag Curriculum Meant to Educate Consumers

[Macon, GA/John Holcomb ‚Äì Reporting] School is finally back in session here in Georgia, and with a new school year comes new opportunities for kids to learn and develop themselves for their future. This year, one of those new opportunities comes in the form of a new agriculture education curriculum that was signed by Governor […]

The Women of Georgia Wildlife: Linda May

My name is Linda May, and I’m an Environmental Outreach Coordinator for the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division. I work with anyone who wants to learn more about nature, about wildlife in particular, anyone that’s curious about the natural world. So, that used to be more students and teachers, and now it’s kind of segued […]

Urban Waters Voices: Darryl Haddock

[MUSIC] [MUSIC] Narrator: THE PROCTOR, SANDY AND UTOY CREEKS FLOW INTO THE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER IN GEORGIA. ONE CHALLENGE FOR THIS WATERSHED COMES FROM COMBINED SEWERS. . LIKE MANY URBAN CREEKS, THEY CONTAIN HIGH LEVELS OF E-COLI. Darryl Haddock, West Atlanta Watershed Alliance: These are areas where people still fish for bringing other things out of […]

NRCS Chief Tours Georgia Farms

[KENNY] Meantime, the State of Georgia playing host to a special visitor recently, as the chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Matt Lohr spent the day with USDA and NRCS employees. He also got to go on a farm tour where he saw everything from row crop operations to a dairy facility. One of […]

Farm Monitor – June 30, 2018

[Announcer] This is the Georgia Farm Monitor. Since 1966, your source for state and national agribusiness news and features for farmers and consumers about Georgia’s number one industry, agriculture. The Georgia Farm Monitor is produced by the state’s largest general farm organization, the Georgia Farm Bureau. Now, here are your hosts, Ray D’Alessio and Kenny […]

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