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March's features:

Georgia Grown in the schools >>
The Feed My School for a Week program helps students learn how food gets from the farm to their plates.
By Anne Marie Kyzer

Where's the beef (or milk)? >>
Georgia's beef and dairy industries.
By Dallas Duncan


Viewpoint >>
Window on the world

Georgia News >>
Growing 'green'; Celebrating tourism; Inspiring youngsters; Travel Guide winners; Georgia glimpses

A fond farewell >>
GEORGIA Magazine's Victoria DeCastro retires

Liberty Notes >>
History of the income tax amendment

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

Currents >>
News from Georgia's electric co-ops

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
We must stop the U.S. from becoming the next Germany

My Georgia >>
Hunting with Dad

Around Georgia >>
Take a kid fishing

Georgia Gardens >>
Homegrown gardens

Georgia Cooks >>
In the kitchen with Holly Chute

Snapshot >>
Young anglers

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Bonus online content for
March 2015

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Atlanta Science Festival, March 21-28, various locations around Metro Atlanta. atlantasciencefestival.org. (770) 322-4992.

Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including holiday light displays, craft shows, festive concerts and more!

Also, visit our online calendar for more events submitted by GEORGIA Magazine readers.

Learn more about how Cobb EMC supports Ser Familia in Marietta.


Community causes >>
Georgia's electric co-ops remain at the forefront
Compiled by Victoria S. DeCastro

This month's contests:

Cast your vote for our 2015 Readers' Choice Awards Contest!

Click to read March's trivia questions, and enter for a chance to win a $25 Target gift card!

Click to enter the 2015 Spring Travel Guide contest for a chance to win a $200 gift card!

Answer 5 simple questions about our April issue for a chance to win a $25 Target gift card!

Know where this photo was shot? Click for details on April's Picture This? contest!

Click to enter our Regional Travel Guide - for a chance to win a $200 gift card!

Information for consumers:

101 no-cost/low-cost energy-saving tips >>
Click here for a downloadable booklet full of ways to conserve energy while saving money.

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Former Georgia Governor's Mansion Executive Chef Holly Chute is this month's featured chef.

Georgia Cooks:

In the kitchen with Executive Chef Holly Chute >>
Feeding the famous and the first families of Georgia
By Jane F. Garvey

Eight essential plants for Georgia gardens

Georgia Gardens:

Homegrown >>
Eight essential Georgia plants and how to get them growing in your garden
By Brian Barth

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