University of Georgia's 90-acre Horticulture Research Farm includes a two-acre, certified organic production area in support of the Certificate Program in Organic Agriculture.
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Undergraduate and graduate studies in organic agriculture, soil ecology, reduced and no tillage, integrated pest management, cropping systems, and development of pest-resistant crop cultivars. Research and Extension education.
Students from all University of Georgia majors can take classes, volunteer, or gain hands-on experience in organic agriculture and local food systems. Classes are offered as part of the Local Food Systems Certificate.
The University of Georgia's certified-organic farm, a four-acre area with field plots and a greenhouse at the Horticulture Research Farm in Watkinsville, provides students in the Certificate Program in Organic Agriculture with hands-on learning opportunities and a laboratory for their research projects.