With the Georgia drought now in its third year, everyone from the farmer to the homeowner is affected. And as towns and counties impose water-use restrictions, the need for information has never been more dire -- or easier to get.
Online drought information from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is just a few clicks away.
Just enter http://www.georgiadrought. org in your browser's location field. You'll find the most up-to-date, practical information to help you cope with the drought and its effects.
Easy-to-find articles tell how to keep your landscape and garden plants alive and thriving through the drought and water restrictions. You'll also find CAES and Extension Service information on everything from feeding cattle to the economic effects of the drought throughout the state.
The site is updated at least weekly, providing scientific data as well as practical information.