Our mission is to extend lifelong learning to Georgia citizens through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families.
With groundbreaking, transformative research happening not only within the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES), but across the University of Georgia, our ability to disseminate that information is of the greatest importance. For over 100 years, UGA Cooperative Extension has provided free, reliable, science-backed resources based on the latest scientific research.
Student capacity building Early career success is about more than just gaining expertise in a field. A working professional has to make decisions about where to work, how to balance professional and private time and when to invest in more education. That’s why the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut works to connect graduate students with mentors and to foster useful conversations that help a scholar navigate the working world.
CAES Alumni Board President Miller, who begins his year-long tenure as CAES Alumni Board president on July 1, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural mechanization technology in 1986.
Agricultural Trade Senate Hearing Often missing from the picture of the modern American farmer are the daily concerns about fuel and fertilizer prices, crop yields and trade issues.
Magic in the Air Standing in the new darkness of a 100-acre wood on a recent summer evening, a group of University of Georgia entomology graduate students witnessed magic in the air — literally — as thousands of fireflies of different species rose from the forest floor to flash their luminescent love songs to hopeful mates hiding below.
Refugee Disease Risk The study included COVID-19, antimicrobial-resistant pathogens, and the impact that susceptibility has on refugee health and the health of the global community at large.