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Hello there!

Hi, my name is Kristen and I am currently a forth year student working on my bachelor’s degree in psychology. I’ve always had a passion for the environment, particularly with way we as humans interact with it. Growing up, I … Continue reading

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Herb Internship Introduction

Hi everyone! I’m a junior majoring in Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry with a minor in Spanish. I’m interning as a herb intern this fall, because I’ve always been interested in understanding the chemical process of extracting healing properties from plants … Continue reading

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An intro. to Savannah, 4th-year intern

I am taking this internship to learn about gardening and the work that goes into cultivation of different harvests. I hope to learn whether I want to make garden maintenance part of my career, or at least a long-term hobby. … Continue reading

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Eileen, the New Herb Garden Intern

If you told me a year ago I’d be starting a Masters Program at UGA studying medicinal herbs and getting to work at the mecca that is UGArden, I would think I had died and gone to heaven. School is one … Continue reading

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Week 12: I wish I had more time

This was my last week of a wonderful 12 week adventure. The final chapter of a really colorful book. On Tuesday we harvested basil, clover, roses and we weeded the rest of the herb garden. On Wednesday we harvested okra, … Continue reading

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Fire Power!

This week the flamethrower made an appearance at UGArden. A little fire was all we needed to clear the weeds along our fence!

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Muscadine!

Our muscadine vines are starting to fill up with fruit! Earlier this week we had to trim off some of the grapes because the vines were going overcrowded with fruit. The fruit will start to ripen soon.

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