2011 Holiday SectionPublished on 11/09/2011 This package includes a collection of stories to help make the holidays safer, healthier and less costly. Advice from University of Georgia experts includes how to select and care for a live Christmas tree, how to keep Santa on a budget, how to safely cook a holiday bird and much, much more.
- Properly care for holiday, gift plants Published on 11/20/2014
- For safety sake, keep live Christmas trees watered Published on 11/09/2011
- Plan ahead and shop smart this holiday season Published on 11/09/2011
- Bring the perfect holiday bird to the table Published on 11/09/2011
- Use care when frying a turkey Published on 11/09/2011
- Find time to exercise this holiday season Published on 11/09/2011
- Read fine print on gift cards before buying, using them Published on 11/09/2011
A toddler sits under a Christmas tree surrounded by presentsDownload Image
Trees grow in a row at a Christmas tree farm in GeorgiaDownload Image
Gifts cards can be ideal holiday gifts.Download Image
What may look like an ordinary live Christmas tree to many people can turn into a sneezing fest for allergy sufferers. And with their dust and mold, fake trees can be just as bad.Download Image
Christmas may highlight the winter calendar for many Georgians - complete with lights, decorations and a tree - but it's not the only holiday celebrated this winter.Download Image
Photo of cooked turkey on a dinner table.Download Image
Leyland Cypress trees growing on a Christmas Tree Farm in Nicholson, GA. 7 G's Tree Farm. 11-11-09Download Image
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