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Stephanie Schupska

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Stephanie Schupska is a news editor with the University of Georgia Public Affairs Office.

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06/02/16 - UGA horticulture experts talk National Gardening Week, June 5-11 01/20/16 - UGA to present President's Medal to Abit Massey, late Jane Willson 06/29/15 - UGA breaks ground on new turfgrass research and education facilities 06/11/15 - UGA to hold groundbreaking ceremony for new turfgrass research facilities 03/12/15 - Growing herbs can be grown in the summer and dried for use in the winter 05/27/14 - UGA mourns passing of Obesity Initiative director Clifton A. Baile 01/17/12 - USDA funds UGA research on nutritional, health benefits of pecans 11/03/11 - UGA scientists seek new food storage solutions for space travel 09/15/11 - High school students tap into success through Teens as Planners program 08/18/11 - Community gardens provide hands-on labs for UGA students 07/28/11 - UGA's Ruter named to endowed horticulture professorship 06/30/11 - Field day launches turf-learning season 06/22/11 - Head lice keep parents scratching their heads, UGA Extension offers advice 05/19/11 - UGA meat judging team wins big 05/12/11 - UGA's newest eminent scholar to focus on peanut genetics 04/21/11 - Georgians want clean water, local information 03/31/11 - UGA students 'tough enough' to tackle 37th annual rodeo 03/31/11 - New UGA research aimed at crop-claiming soybean fungus 03/24/11 - Madison dairy wins Ga. environmental stewardship award 03/24/11 - Spring into gardening and canning 03/17/11 - Community invited to get buggy at UGA insect zoo 03/17/11 - Small farms focus of upcoming conference 03/10/11 - Charcoal supplemented diet reduces ammonia in chickens' litter 03/03/11 - UGA workshops help landscapers with cost calculations, bidding 02/24/11 - From garden to kitchen: Grow your own herbs 02/24/11 - Plants win gold medals for hardiness, beauty 02/24/11 - 2011 edition of the Spring Garden Packet 02/17/11 - UGA, Georgia nurserymen pinpoint plants' water needs 01/27/11 - College of Ag alumni among Bulldog 100 01/20/11 - Winter storm brings icy delays to Georgia farmers 12/02/10 - New UGA program focuses on local food systems 11/23/10 - Foreign-born Georgians add more holidays to the winter calendar 11/04/10 - UGA to hold fish pond workshop 10/28/10 - Georgia farmers getting taste for pomegranates 10/07/10 - College gives 2010 D.W. Brooks Awards 09/30/10 - Students start 4-H awareness movement 09/16/10 - Goat meat demand increasing in Georgia 09/02/10 - D.W. Brooks lecturer to focus on global food systems 08/26/10 - Ag commissioner candidates to debate sustainable ag 08/19/10 - Plant pansies like the pros 08/12/10 - Landscape workshops focus on graphics, sustainability 07/29/10 - Student food scientists win national title 07/15/10 - UGA plant breeder takes luck out of finding four-leaf clover 07/08/10 - From insects to projects, hands-on activities help students learn 07/08/10 - Drying is another option for storing fruits, vegetables 07/01/10 - High school students go on avian adventure 06/10/10 - Training can reduce overuse of pesticides 05/13/10 - High schooler designs UGA GreenWay website logo 04/15/10 - UGA insect zoo teaches community service and cricket spitting 04/08/10 - UGA student rodeo is “Tough Enough” 04/01/10 - Food and cereal scientist to present UGA Woodruff Lecture April 8 03/25/10 - Extension agents provide practical research for state's producers 03/11/10 - UGA training 'Moodles' with childcare providers 03/04/10 - Eat bugs, pet tarantulas at UGA Insect Zoo 03/04/10 - UGA workshop to help landscapers make better bids 02/25/10 - Homegrown herbs add easy flavor to recipes 02/18/10 - And the Georgia Gold Medal winners are… 02/18/10 - 2010 edition of the annual Spring Garden Packet 02/11/10 - Standing water can equal cleaner streams, better waterways 02/04/10 - Legislators tackle food safety on national, state levels 01/21/10 - Georgia Organics conference in Athens Feb. 19-20 01/14/10 - Gassy vegetables could naturally fuel the produce industry 01/07/10 - Tender plants need winter protection 12/11/09 - UGA looks for better onion handling, storage and disposal 12/03/09 - Water-saving technology focus of new grant 12/02/09 - Plants liven up the holidays 11/30/09 - Holiday plants best for looking pretty, not eating 11/05/09 - Adding the 'ag' to 'tourism' 10/29/09 - USDA wants to introduce families to their farmers 10/22/09 - How students view time influences dropout rate 10/15/09 - Georgia/Florida green industry updates 10/08/09 - Annual exotic pest plant symposium set for Nov. 5 10/08/09 - Decreasing food losses important part of food security 10/01/09 - Agritourism workshops 09/24/09 - Watery conditions lead to mold, mildew problems 09/17/09 - Dry food to preserve the harvest 09/10/09 - Muscadine vs. scuppernong on “Gardening in Ga." 09/10/09 - Is your child’s car seat properly installed? 08/27/09 - Fossil finding new life as a landscape tree 08/20/09 - Plan now for spring-flowering bulbs 08/20/09 - Flowering bulb favorites 08/13/09 - Getting a taste of blueberries 08/06/09 - Horticulture field day set for Sept. 25 07/30/09 - Miscanthus: Better Southeast biofuel crop 07/23/09 - Helping Georgia’s dairies through ups and downs 07/16/09 - Workshops offered for arthritic gardeners 07/07/09 - Cooperative Extension helps grow green kids 07/07/09 - Take time to play 07/02/09 - Planned family time good for children and parents 06/25/09 - Wanted: College graduates with a background in agriculture 06/18/09 - Inmates grow food, skills at new garden 05/28/09 - Farmers markets help Georgians connect with local food, farmers 05/21/09 - UGA experts help sustainable farm grow better 05/07/09 - Greening up the green industry 04/30/09 - Management, marketing focus of May beef cattle workshop 04/23/09 - Rainwater finds new use as toilet water 04/09/09 - UGA student sets state cricket-spitting record 04/02/09 - Biofuel leftovers find new life in chicken feed 03/26/09 - Spring plant sale set for first two weekends in April 03/19/09 - Cheese wins big at 2009 UGA food products contest 03/12/09 - Grammy-winner highlights first Clovers & Co. benefit 03/05/09 - Watering program helps Georgians save water, lawns 03/05/09 - Grant helps Georgia 4-H provide technology 02/26/09 - 2009 Georgia Gold Medal winners 02/26/09 - 2009 edition of annual UGA Spring Garden Packet 02/05/09 - Minority recruitment kicks into higher gear at CAES 01/29/09 - Mapping sorghum's future 01/29/09 - UGA farm economists say ’09 will be rough 01/15/09 - Animal manure management finds Internet home 01/08/09 - UGA’s organic program graduates first students 12/18/08 - Food contest accepting entries for 2009 12/11/08 - Reuse that used Christmas tree 12/11/08 - Economic experts will talk change at annual Ag Forecast breakfasts 11/26/08 - Brown widow spiders – hiding in a log near you 11/20/08 - Soybean grant gives researchers tools to unravel better bean 11/13/08 - Bananas tapped as Georgia’s next fruit commodity 11/06/08 - Take the holidays but leave the turkey 11/06/08 - Holiday season more than meat 11/06/08 - Holiday meal tips: Lose extra fat, salt, sugar 10/30/08 - Blueberry grant focuses research on significant Georgia fruit 10/23/08 - 4-H’ers treat elderly to fall festival 10/16/08 - UGA workshop to help landscapers make better bids 10/09/08 - Beekeeping for beginners classes start Dec. 6 in Athens 10/09/08 - Diapers to dirt: Hydrogels focus of national youth science day 10/02/08 - UGA works to reverse food animal vet shortage 09/18/08 - Urbanization causes concrete jungle to grow 09/11/08 - Video access makes green industry conference convenient 09/04/08 - Skyrocketing fertilizer costs make poultry litter appealing option 08/28/08 - UGA grows organic food and serves it up 08/21/08 - UGA students give a little, gain a lot in leadership class 08/14/08 - Georgia invasive plant workshop Sept. 19-20 in Gainesville 08/14/08 - Don't dance around fire ant control 08/07/08 - UGA report: Food, fiber big players in Georgia's economy 07/31/08 - Fire ant origin tracked back to Argentina 07/23/08 - Wills help to avoid confusion, fights after death 07/17/08 - Giant wasps not after humans 07/03/08 - Algae holds promise as biofuel 07/03/08 - UGA’s bioenergy research featured in D.C. 06/12/08 - Gardens at UGA to hold open house 06/05/08 - Rain provides water shortage solution 05/22/08 - International attendance adds value to poultry workshop 05/15/08 - UGA researchers fight deadly game bird parasite 05/08/08 - Get sod ready on next “Gardening in Georgia” 05/08/08 - Water efficiency workshop May 21 in Atlanta 05/08/08 - Capture rain May 20 in Watkinsville 04/29/08 - UGA students learn to protect U.S. food supply 04/28/08 - UGA researchers help papaya take genetic spotlight 04/23/08 - In global business, right words may translate to wrong message 04/10/08 - UGA workshop helps counties handle animals during disasters 04/03/08 - Saddle up: Cowboy hats back on at UGA 04/01/08 - UGA horticulture club to hold annual plant sale 03/18/08 - Flavor of Georgia rounds out second year with a beefy winner 03/13/08 - With planning, diabetics can enjoy Easter goodies 03/04/08 - UGA, green industry help Georgians conserve water 03/04/08 - UGA, green industry tips for water conservation 02/21/08 - Widow spiders: Why gardeners wear work gloves 02/21/08 - 2008 edition of annual UGA Spring Garden Packet 02/07/08 - Georgians invited to take online walk 01/31/08 - UGA engineers work to turn chicken fat into fuel 01/17/08 - UGA researcher works to keep plant from extinction 01/10/08 - Flavor of Georgia food contest accepting entries 12/21/07 - Top 10 things to do with a used Christmas tree 12/20/07 - Don’t waste toilet water 12/13/07 - ‘The other white meat’ helped by exports, hurt by feed costs 12/06/07 - Georgia 4-H program delivers global awareness 11/29/07 - Fresh or precut, your Christmas tree should last the holidays 11/29/07 - Tree tips keep holidays from going up in smoke 11/15/07 - Symposium highlights Georgia's 'farm fun' 11/08/07 - Web site connects Georgia food products, markets 11/01/07 - New Zealand partnership may boost milk in Georgia 11/01/07 - UGA helping efforts to move poultry litter better 10/18/07 - State groups, UGA seek ways to boost agritourism 10/08/07 - Georgia honeybees close rough production year 10/03/07 - Commission fosters quest for allergen-free peanuts 10/02/07 - Four UGA faculty members gain 2007 Brooks awards 09/24/07 - UGA lecturer urges make ‘more of biomass energy’ 09/21/07 - Two named to Agricultural Hall of Fame 09/13/07 - Fall prime time to prep for spring 09/06/07 - Vegetables brighten containers, fall dinner tables 08/30/07 - Poultry innovations give breathing room in summer 08/23/07 - Help children prevent, conquer illnesses in school 08/16/07 - Canned-food recalls reveal broad use of co-packing 08/09/07 - Scientists help manage waste, turn it into money 08/02/07 - Heard County to hold lamb show 07/26/07 - Rain gardens offer way to clean storm water 07/12/07 - Media overload can hamper kids' learning abilities 07/02/07 - Animal sciences pave way to fill vet need 06/14/07 - Fewer heart-disease deaths may be passing trend 06/07/07 - UGA scientist sleuthing secrets of sorghum traits 05/29/07 - UGA breaks ground on new animal science facility 05/24/07 - System improving life, profits in chicken houses 05/24/07 - Peanut-flour muffins win 4-H food product contest 05/17/07 - Food preparation workshops scheduled this summer 05/10/07 - UGA class adds global dimension to hot topics 04/26/07 - Shrimp distributor finds help, gives back on coast 04/19/07 - UGA adds program in organic agriculture 04/12/07 - Food products industry bright spot in state 04/05/07 - UGA horticulture club ready for annual plant sale 04/05/07 - Check trees now for deadly fungus-carrying beetle 03/29/07 - Treatment could stop wine grape killer 03/21/07 - Spring brings top 11 landscape insects, diseases 03/19/07 - Animal Planet’s ‘Bugman’ to talk insects 03/08/07 - Series brings lunch, gardening together 03/01/07 - In 2007, corn comes first, before chicken or egg 02/22/07 - Avoid planting a feast for insects in your garden 02/22/07 - Five quick steps to controlling insects in garden 02/22/07 - Backyard berries not as hard to grow as you think 02/15/07 - Beekeepers mull colony death mystery as toll rises 02/08/07 - Organics could boost Georgia’s blueberry industry 02/01/07 - Income not always factor in buying organic produce 01/25/07 - Researcher finds way to halve greenhouse water use 01/18/07 - Agriscience goes urban: Demand high statewide 01/11/07 - Ag Forecast 2007: Key information over breakfast 01/04/07 - Toasty home need not be just a dream this winter 12/14/06 - Win-win food contest promotes ‘flavors of Georgia’ 12/14/06 - Erosion, sediment control certificate courses set 12/07/06 - Global trends shifting farm markets, expert says 11/30/06 - Nation’s animal ID system goes voluntary 11/22/06 - Training teaches stormwater pond management 11/16/06 - From farm field to pump, Georgians seeing soybeans 11/09/06 - Make winter ‘a season of giving’ 11/09/06 - Holidays perfect time to teach spirit of giving 11/02/06 - Former World Bank director to give Fanning talk 10/26/06 - With juice, follow the refrigeration guidelines 10/20/06 - Biodiesel workshop covers basics to production 10/03/06 - Five receive 2006 D.W. Brooks awards 09/26/06 - Scientists engineer root-knot nematode resistance 09/21/06 - Agricultural hall of fame adds new faces 09/19/06 - UGA to host animal waste roundtable 09/14/06 - Africa’s way out of poverty starts with farmers 09/07/06 - Milking the market: Organic loses to grass-fed 08/31/06 - Violas best choice for coloring winter landscape 08/24/06 - UGA engineers making poultry waste more useful 08/17/06 - UGA researchers work to save rapidly dying trees 08/10/06 - Food Science Extension offers HACCP training for meat industry 08/02/06 - Biopesticide-protected crops get unexpected boost 07/27/06 - Parent-teacher communication helps students succeed 07/19/06 - To avoid missing out, fuel up on breakfast 07/06/06 - ‘Hands-on’ draws students to animal, dairy science 06/29/06 - 'Gardens at UGA' open house set July 8 in Athens 06/21/06 - UGA expert helps market Georgia's top business 06/15/06 - UGA food scientists share knowledge at courses 06/01/06 - Georgia 4-H’ers turn tragedy into gold medal venture 05/25/06 - Make churned treats without food-poisoning fear 05/18/06 - Biodiesel finds home in backyards, fueling station 05/09/06 - Green industry grappling with nonnative invaders 05/04/06 - Mountain expo features spring gardens, art 04/27/06 - Joint research with China holds promise for state 04/20/06 - Warm weather sends mosquitoes biting in Georgia 04/12/06 - Students get hands-on application in service-learning classes 04/06/06 - Eating disorders hit baby boomer generation 03/30/06 - 3D snack developer to deliver UGA Woodroof Lecture 03/23/06 - Georgia winds up agrosecurity trainings 03/15/06 - ‘Unique’ plants take center stage at club sale 03/15/06 - Alabama mad cow doesn’t suggest nationwide spread 03/09/06 - As American as a green St. Patrick’s Day 03/02/06 - UGA specialists urge Georgians to live well 03/02/06 - Finding help for home turf 03/02/06 - Turfgrass 101 02/22/06 - Finding answers to ancient genetic questions 02/16/06 - Grad shortage could hurt growing poultry industry 02/02/06 - Agroterrorism training continues across Georgia 02/02/06 - Middle school students find hope in BOYS program 01/26/06 - Cloned cow adds Moonshine to the mix 01/19/06 - New poultry text holds international appeal 01/12/06 - From berries to cuttings, experts talk plants 01/05/06 - Agroterrorism training prepares responders 12/14/05 - Floriculture experts ready for gardening classes 12/08/05 - Don’t pitch hard honey; nuke it 12/07/05 - UGA honey adds sweetness to holidays 12/01/05 - Record hurricane season spins to a close 11/23/05 - Turkey, dressing, pies and naps round out the holidays 11/15/05 - UGA alumni guide engineering students into careers 11/09/05 - Ham adds flavor to holiday table 11/09/05 - Dress up ham with glaze 11/02/05 - UGA students add excitement to elementary science class 11/02/05 - Focusing on science 10/27/05 - Poultry industry keeps close eye on Asian bird flu 10/20/05 - Scientists hear different sides of stem cell story 10/13/05 - Safety a concern at grown-up Halloween parties 10/13/05 - Prepare for a safer, less stressful Halloween 10/06/05 - Tips for increased health 10/06/05 - Obesity a disease that all must fight, expert says 10/03/05 - Four given 2005 D.W. Brooks Awards for Excellence 09/29/05 - Cleaning up Katrina 09/22/05 - Stern focuses on obesity at D.W. Brooks Lecture 09/22/05 - Horticulture great passes on passion for plants 09/21/05 - Stem cell research focus of October UGA symposium 09/14/05 - Poultry producers urged to keep eye on flocks 09/08/05 - U.S. farmers grow the world’s tastiest peanuts 09/01/05 - Tree study includes technology bonus 08/18/05 - Shade trees' fall colors add pop to landscapes 08/11/05 - Start dropout prevention before kindergarten 08/09/05 - Scientist takes dark out of chicken meat 07/28/05 - Agroterrorism a hot topic at state, national level 07/28/05 - Weather tool helps teams gauge heat conditions 07/25/05 - Parents, schools can combat head lice naturally 07/21/05 - State boosts sales with back-to-school specials 07/14/05 - Be careful with portable generators, expert says 07/14/05 - Dennis' rain, flooding slams Georgia homes, crops