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2011 Holiday Section

Published 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.

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Garden Gifts

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Garden Gifts Published on 11/20/2009

Living Christmas Tree

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Living Christmas Tree Published on 11/20/2009

Holiday Turkey

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Holiday Turkey Published on 11/20/2009

Poinsettia Colors

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Poinsettia Colors Published on 11/20/2009

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Gifts Gifts Published on 11/10/2011
Tree farm Tree farm Published on 11/10/2011
Gift cards Gift cards Published on 11/09/2011
Christmas tree Christmas tree Published on 11/23/2010
Holidays Holidays Published on 11/23/2010
turkey turkey Published on 11/20/2009
7 G's Christmas tree farm 7 G's Christmas tree farm Published on 11/13/2009
Gifts

A toddler sits under a Christmas tree surrounded by presents

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Tree farm

Trees grow in a row at a Christmas tree farm in Georgia

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Gift cards

Gifts cards can be ideal holiday gifts.

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Christmas tree

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.

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Holidays

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.

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turkey

Photo of cooked turkey on a dinner table.

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7 G's Christmas tree farm

Leyland Cypress trees growing on a Christmas Tree Farm in Nicholson, GA. 7 G's Tree Farm. 11-11-09

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About the Newswire

Formerly referred to as FACES, our media newswire continues to feature stories from the CAES news team relating to family, agricultural, consumer and environmental sciences, as well as UGA Extension news.

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