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Preservation plan to guide UGA on structures’ fates

Preservation plan to guide UGA on structures’ fates

October 19, 2014

The goal is to provide policies and procedures for the stewardship of all university property. Read More

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Uganda: finding its niche

Uganda: finding its niche

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Cotton is known across Africa as “white gold.” In Uganda, it is a cash crop that puts money in the pockets of small-scale farmers.

Beehive death

Beehive death

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Honeybee experts Keith Delaplane and Jennifer Berry often get calls about dead bees. They both say that in the winter, bee death in the 10 percent to 15 percent range isn’t unusual. It’s the 50-percent colony losses that catch their attention.

Before wells run dry

Before wells run dry

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In summer 2000, farmers were losing crops, strict outdoor watering bans were in effect, and many businesses took extreme measures to save water.

AgrAbility geared to aid farmers with disabilities

AgrAbility geared to aid farmers with disabilities

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Farmers with physical disabilities are often a little too self- reliant to ask for help or don’t know where to find it. But help is out there, and a new program can link them to it.

On the boardwalk

On the boardwalk

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For the first time in his life, 9-year-old Savannah-native Jay Norris led the way to the water, racing through maritime forest and salt marsh toward the Skidaway River, his wheelchair rolling smoothly over the surface of the trail.

What’s in thin air

What’s in thin air

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“Let’s go to Cusco so we can breathe fresh air,” Peruvians say when they need to escape the traffic and busy life of the main cities. Cuzco’s mayor wanted to find out if that was truism was accurate.