2016 Holiday Special SectionPublished on 01/03/2017
Happy Holidays for the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and UGA Cooperative Extension. Over the next few weeks, we'll be sharing lots of helpful tips and tricks for the holiday season. As we publish articles, we'll add them to this special section.
From food safety to gift giving, we have you and your readers covered. Please feel free to reprint any of these articles to help fill your pages or websites during the holiday season.
- 12 days of Georgia agriculture Published on 11/22/2016
- The secret to keeping your Christmas tree looking great: a little planning and a lot of water Published on 11/22/2016
- Avoid rookie mistakes when cooking the holiday turkey Published on 11/21/2016
- Spending plans and careful consideration are key to holiday shopping Published on 11/17/2016
- Sandwiches? Turkey soup? Don't let those leftovers linger too long Published on 11/16/2016
- Be sure gifts of food are safe from foodborne illness Published on 11/21/2015
To help reduce stress over the holidays, University of Georgia Extension experts say make lists and stick to them, just like these wise youngsters. Make lists of what to buy and where to buy those items and create a list of everything that needs to be done. Then attach a schedule for the coming weeks to break large tasks into smaller ones.Download Image
From green beans to turkey to pecan, Georgia farmers have you covered this Thanksgiving.Download Image
Tips for roasting, smoking or frying your turkey, provided by UGA Extension food safety expert Judy Harrison.Download Image
European cypress trees are among the miniature Christmas tree choices during the holiday season.Download Image
Christmas plants, like these Christmas cacti and Norfolk Island pine, can make the perfect gift for the green thumbs on your holiday list.Download Image
Live Christmas tree tops are among the choices for consumers who only have room for, or just prefer, a small tree at the holidays.Download Image
Rosemary plants are popping up in nurseries during the holidays among the mini-Christmas tree alternatives.Download Image
Roasted turkey prepared for a holiday meal.Download Image
A platter of dark and white meat turkey.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
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