With more than 18,000 living alumni, the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences has one of the largest alumni bases at UGA. Nearly 2,000 of these alumni have multiple degrees from CAES.
Sarah Hooper's experience raising guide dogs and her partnership with Deana Izzo of the Guide Dog Foundation led to a puppy-raising program that has grown to include around 120 puppies on UGA's Athens campus.
Global Food Security Fund established to help students take on food insecurity and malnutrition on local and international scales
UGA-Griffin facility gives food product developers a place to innovate, test new food products
UGA scientist Wayne Hanna and UGA Extension agent Jacob Price hope that satsuma production research bears fruit for south Georgia growers
UGA-USDA partnership breeds native prairie grasses as colorful landscape plants and wildlife habitats
The collective work of University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences researchers has flourished under the guidance of CAES Associate Dean for Research Bob Shulstad for the past 16 years. Southscapes writer Merritt Melancon asked Shulstad about his time as associate dean, a position he’s held since 2006.
If you’ve been meaning to cultivate your own quality, high-yield garden to supplement your diet and save your dollars, UGA Extension can help you tend your crop. Check out publications from UGA Extension agents, horticulturists and Master Gardener Extension Volunteers, and remember — with rigorous work comes vigorous veggies!
"TODAY" show puppy raiser Olivia Poff's tale began with work for the Guide Dog Foundation while at CAES
Gale A. Buchanan, retired dean and director of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and former U.S. Department of Agriculture undersecretary for research, education and economics, has penned his second book, “Feeding the World: Agricultural Research in the Twenty-First Century.”