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Agritourism takes to the road >>
Trails provide a map to Georgia's agricultural treasures.
By Marty Steiner

Wellness check >>
Navigating the changing landscape of health care in Georgia.
By Carolyn Crist

Voices of Georgia >>
Oral history projects capture the memories of older community members.
By Amber Lanier Nagle

Sybil Carter interviews her brother-in-law, former President Jimmy Carter, for the "First Person Project." To hear an audio clip of the interview, visit http://bit.ly/carterfpp.


Viewpoint >>
Servant first

Liberty Notes >>
Why Prohibition?

Georgia News >>
Looking for old issues of GEORGIA Magazine; New recycling center opens; Film studies at the forefront; Georgia glimpses

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

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

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
Solar energy options for your home

Pioneers of Rural Electrification >>
Schley Moore

Around Georgia >>
Get outside and play!

Georgia Gardens >>
Small gardens, big rewards

Georgia Cooks >>
Urban agriculture - a new wave of food production

Snapshot >>
We love Coca-Cola!

Jackson shares Coca-Cola with his superhero pals. He is the son of Lee and Jennfer McKenzie, of Bowdon (Carroll EMC). Click for more of this month's Snapshot photos!

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July 2015

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Firefly Festival, Madison, GA - July 24-25, 2015. Visit madisonga.com or call (706) 342-1251, ext. 208


Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including summer festivals, bluegrass concerts, art shows, road races and more!

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

Electric ccoperative leaders from throughout the nation attended a memorial for Jim Andrew. Click for the story.


News from Georgia's electric cooperatives >>
Georgia's EMCs honor outstanding scholars; Linemen shine at annual Georgia Lineman's Rodeo; Co-op champion Jim Andrew mourned.
Compiled by Amy Schneider

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101 no-cost/low-cost energy-saving tips >>
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Youngsters in Bulloch County's after school program learn how to prepare simple dishes using fresh vegetables. (Photo by Jeremy Wilburn / Georgia Southern University.)
Georgia Cooks:

Urban agriculture >>
A new wave of food production.
By Jane F. Garvey

Georgia Gardens:

Small garden, big rewards >>
Create an urban farm plot and help cultivate your community.
By Brian Barth

Figs are well-suited to urban agriculture.

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