A blog from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at University of Georgia.
I’ll be honest: I didn’t really have a lot of fears the moments leading up to my departure for Zurich, Switzerland. Perhaps it was due to my international background or the fact that I approach situations in an unconventional manner – I’m really not too sure. Large changes such as…Read More
I am so excited to be leaving tomorrow for a week long trip all over Georgia learning about AG! We will be visiting all kinds of operations from greenhouses and an onion farm to an alligator farm and a dairy! One of the places that we will be visiting I…Read More
Today is the day, we are about to head on a week long tour of Georgia agriculture. The stop I researched was our Vidalia Onion stop. Growing up in Georgia, I have always known about the wonders of Vidalia Onions but never knew the history behind it. During this project,…Read More
After only a couple of days, I fell in love with Scotland and its people. From the magnificent landscapes to the enthusiastic, bright students, I could not be more intrigued with this country. We had the opportunity to plant 500 trees with Primary students. The education system in Scotland varies quite a…Read More
What a busy day! I spent the day finishing up labs and midterms as well as packing. Being the procrastinator that I am, I waited until the last minute to pack. It was incredibly stressful. I made three trips to WalMart today. My best friend Shelby, who has been on…Read More
A quick recap of Scotland in photos! I can’t believe this experience has already come and gone. This week felt like a minute and a month all at the same time. We were able to plant 500 trees at Troqueer Primary School, home to some of the most precious children…Read More
Well, today is the day we leave for Uruguay! I spent all night last night packing and attempting to fit all of my stuff in a carry on luggage bag. Most people said I couldn’t pack everything I needed in such a small bag, but I did! I am headed to the…Read More
Today was our first day in our second town, Trienta y Tres (Day 4), and we visited the INIA experiment station cow- calf operation. I have learned a lot about beef cattle production from all of the farms, but today I felt like I learned the most about the research…Read More
Well, that’s a wrap! The group got back from Uruguay five days ago. I can easily say that going to Uruguay was one of the best experiences of my life. I am not sure I can even put into words how great of a trip it was but I will…Read More
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