Ogeechee research begins
A three-year, $1-million research project underway at Georgia Southern University could provide an early warning system about the health of the Ogeechee River, university officials said Tuesday at a public meeting on campus.
The Florida Times-Union
UGa agriculture college buildings to be torn down across Georgia
As many as 155 buildings identified as surplus across the state will be torn down once final approval is received by the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
The Albany Herald
Training for cotton scouts offered in Tifton
UGA entomologists Phillip Roberts and Michael Toews will lead a pair of trainings, one in Tifton on June 9 and another in Midville on June 17. The cotton scout schools are designed to teach individuals about cotton growth and development, the structures of a cotton plant, pest insects, beneficial insects and how to report information to a grower.