Portrait of Becky Griffin

Becky Griffin

Becky Griffin is a community and school garden coordinator with UGA Extension.


11/29/22 - Great Pollinator Census expands to include neighboring states 06/01/22 - South Carolinians join the Great Georgia Pollinator Census 05/17/22 - Lightning bugs are aglow! Protect firefly habitat this season 04/18/22 - Conserving pollinators in urban landscapes 10/25/21 - Protecting pollinators during the fall season 02/17/21 - Celebrate Georgia’s Arbor Day with fruit trees 09/17/20 - Milkweed pests can be a problem for monarch butterfly lovers 04/16/20 - Celebrate Earth Day at home 04/09/20 - Enjoy pollinators, practice for annual Georgia census 10/23/19 - Monarch butterflies migrating through Georgia now 07/03/19 - Teachers can use pollinator gardens in STEAM education 08/02/18 - Thanks to pollinator gardens, insect-watching has become a popular pastime 07/16/18 - Make the most of your community garden through event planning 07/04/18 - Be an asset to your child's school garden 05/23/18 - Insect scouting is an important part of any vegetable management plan 07/27/16 - It's harvest time, and it's hot: ways to protect yourself from heat stress in the garden 03/10/16 - UGA Extension is here to help community and school gardeners 07/15/15 - UGA Cooperative Extension focusing efforts on Georgia's community and school gardens 09/18/14 - With a little effort, carrots can be grown in Georgia's clay soil 07/17/14 - Blog is a new UGA resource for Georgia community gardeners 10/24/13 - Plant new seed into tall fescue lawns now for great results later 05/28/13 - Follow tips from UGA Extension to get a healthy summer lawn 03/21/13 - Popularity of St. Augustinegrass growing across Georgia 09/20/12 - UGA researchers working toward more water-efficient lawns 08/30/12 - Fall is the time to rescue that fescue 06/21/12 - Water your lawn wisely this summer 04/23/12 - Following a few lawn care tips can save water in drought situations. 02/16/12 - Grasscycling: Something Old is New Again 01/25/12 - Plan now for lush, green turfgrass this summer