UGA rededicates historic H. H. Tift Building
Renovation of the historic Tift Building—the campus’s first structure—was completed in May and funded by $5 million in state support. The facility houses the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics as well as administrative offices. The renovated building also contains modern classroom space to provide faculty and students with the latest in learning technology. Read more about the Tift Building rededication.
Turf facilities renovation
Already regarded globally as home to a top turfgrass breeding program, the University of Georgia Tifton Campus is undergoing facility improvements to further strengthen the program. Read more.
UGA Tifton prepared Brock Ward for role as extension agent
The hands-on component of the education that Brock Ward received at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus is a key reason he thrives as a UGA Cooperative Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources agent in Miller County, Georgia. Read more.
High optimism for Georgia's pecan crop
Expectations are high for this year’s Georgia pecan crop, according to University of Georgia Cooperative Extension pecan specialist Lenny Wells. “It’s one of the better crops we’ve had in a while,” Wells said. Read more about Georgia's pecan crop.