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Landfills In Georgia

By Brooke Lappe Landfills release large amounts of hazardous and otherwise harmful chemicals into the surrounding air and water. These...

Timeline to Profit for Diversifying Farming Practices

Farmers and Policymakers can meet the needs of the present without diminishing opportunities for the future. -John Ikerd, Prof of...

soil amendments & soil productivity

Efforts to make Georgia soil more productive may be curtailed by confusion over what a soil amendment is. A soil...

Science Tales & Trails: Controlled Burns in the Working Forest

May 14th, 2022 12pm – 2pm In Person Location: Georgia Wildlife Federation, 11600 Hazelbrand Rd NE, Covington, GA 30014 Join...

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