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One Walk Georgia participant with a “hectic schedule” has lost 100 pounds in 9 months and 26 of those pounds were lost during the 12 weeks of Walk Georgia. Walk Georgia “provided … an extra incentive to get (exercise) in.”

Last year FACS County Extension Agents helped 222,346 Georgians.

Helping Georgians

  • Georgia United Credit Union partners with UGA

    Georgia United Credit Union is partnering again this year with UGA to provide VITA services. In 2013, 865 individuals in submitting e-file returns totaling $1,051,033 in federal refunds and $177,242 in state refunds.

  • Share your centennial story

    Give contributions of stories of UGA Extension for the 100 year celebration. The centennial website tells the history of UGA Extension through articles, historic photographs, videos, timelines and personal anecdotes.

  • Nutrition experts applaud proposed label changes

    Nutrition experts pleased with FDA's proposal to update nutrition labels. The changes, including making calorie counts and serving sizes more prominent on labels, were announced Thursday at a White House event.

  • Coca-Cola partnership extends Walk Georgia

    A $1 million grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation will boost the efforts of Walk Georgia. Spring Walk Georgia registration now open http://www.walkgeorgia.org

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Becky Chenhall

Becky Chenhall

Becky Chenhall is a Radon Educator with UGA, educating Georgians about radon since 2003.

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