Spring Break Georgia Ag Tour

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About the Tour

College of Agricultural and Environmental Science students have the rare opportunity to spend spring break traveling and exploring the vast industry that is Georgia Agriculture, while earning two hours of UGA credit.  

This five-day tour, led by Doug Bailey, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, allows students to visit and meet industry professionals engaged in a variety of Georgia commodities. The tour changes each year, but some of our stops have included Chick-fil-A headquarters, Rock Ranch, Lewis Taylor Farms, Wolf Mountain Vineyard and many more locations that highlight the diverse areas of agriculture that the state has to offer!

The tour fee covers the cost all lodging and travel expenses as well as some meals. Students enrolled in AESC 4530 will be required to meet on intermittent Mondays, during the spring semester, from 4:40-6:35 p.m., although most classes are over by 6 p.m. This tour is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Please contact Breanna Coursey for more information.


Georgia Ag Tour over Spring Break

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Application Deadline: December 18, 2017
College of Agricultural and Environmental Science students now have the rare opportunity to spend spring break traveling and exploring the vast industry that is Georgia Agriculture, while earning two hours of UGA credit. This five-day tour allows students to visit and meet industry professionals engaged in a variety of Georgia commodities. Tour stops include Chick-fil-A headquarters, Rock Ranch, Lewis Taylor Farms, Wolf Mountain Vineyard and many more locations that highlight the diverse areas of agriculture that the state has to offer! The tour will be led by Breanna Coursey, Director of Student and Employer Engagement and other faculty and administration from our Tifton and Griffin campuses.

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Want to get a student's perspective on the 2016 Spring Break Trip? Visit our blog!

Breanna Coursey Director of Student and Employer Engagement
Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs