CAES student Charles Orgbon studies expansion of Arctic taiga Black family's dedication to service cultivated on South Campus CAES professor leads Lepidoptera specimen digitization project "TODAY" show puppy raiser Olivia Poff's tale began at CAES Satsuma production research bears fruit for Georgia growers
The heart of the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences lives in its people. The CAES family stays true to its roots — innovation in an evolving agricultural landscape. Check out the spring 2017 issue of Southscapes.
Since its inception in 2005, Southscapes has served as a mechanism for reaching out to our CAES alumni and friends and allowing them to see first-hand the amazing things happening at CAES. It is a pleasure to share these stories of accomplishment with you each year. But as you know, projects of this nature require resources that state funding does not provide. Learn more about how to receive Southscapes and how to submit story ideas.