Family & Consumer Sciences
Rural Stress Weather and finances top farmers’ sources of stress
Food E-Talk UGA Extension helps launch SNAP-Ed's Food E-Talk nutrition education program across the state.
Turf Doctor Bahri will research turfgrass and wheat diseases on UGA's Griffin campus.
Rural Stress High suicide rate among Georgia farming, fishing and forestry occupational group, according to CDC report.
Food Security Summit Policy makers, farmers, researchers and development experts converge in Athens, Georgia, for Global Food Security Summit.
Holiday Leftovers If prepared food is not refrigerated or frozen within two hours, it should not be eaten.
Georgia Thanksgiving It's time to give thanks for all of the great local food Georgia offers.
D.W. Brooks Lecture CAES recognizes innovated faculty at D.W. Brooks Lecture.
Talbot Team Nutrition educator and 4-H leader join UGA Extension team in Talbot County.
Food Security Summit National food security experts convene in Athens to collaborate on solutions to hunger.
Pumpkin Pointers UGA Extension offers tips on growing and cooking pumpkins.
SNAP-ED Toolkit Food eTalk and Food Talk: Better U will help SNAP participants eat healthy meals.
Food Facts by FACS Agent Carin Booth
A Variety of Foods for Picky Eaters (C 1037-16) Read tips for helping picky eaters try new foods, and play a food finder game with your child on your next grocery shopping trip.
Appropriate Portion Sizes (C 1037-13) Learn quick ways to estimate appropriate portion sizes for common foods, and help your child practice measuring and comparing portions of cereal.
Water Helps Children Succeed (C 1037-03) Read tips to help your child drink enough water every day, and help your child keep track of water drinking with a simple chart.
Eating a Variety of Foods can be Fun! (C 1037-05) Find out how to make eating foods from all of the food groups more fun, and encourage your child to eat fruit by making silly fruit faces on a plate.
What Child Care Can Do (C 1053-04) Child care providers play an important role in nurturing children's healthy brain development. When it comes to supporting healthy brain development, the type of child care is less important than the quality of care a child receives. This publication will help you understand the components of quality child care and the effects of low-quality child care on brain development.