A cabbage plant thrives in the Healthy Life Community Gardens in Griffin, Georgia.
Fall Gardening 2018
Published on 09/20/2018

Cooler weather doesn't mean gardeners have to stop their favorite pastime - digging in the soil. With these tips from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension, Georgia gardeners can learn to plant vegetables, like kale, collards, spinach, lettuce and Swiss chard, and complete other fall landscaping chores with ease. For more research-based information on gardening and other agriculture-related topics, see the UGA Extension publications at


Fulton County Extension Coordinator Menia Chester teaches a nutrition lesson as part of the Fulton Fresh Mobile Farmer's Market
UGA Extension SNAP Education
Published on 07/29/2018

In Georgia, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension helped more than 8,600 Georgians maximize the nutritional impact of their food budgets last year through the UGA College of Family and Consumer Sciences-administered SNAP-Ed program and its sister program, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP).