Unit 1 of the Edwin I. Hatch Electric Generating Plant near Baxley, Ga., has safely resumed generating electricity following completion of a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage.
Newly launched company Sunburst Bin Cleaning is supporting residential and commercial customers in Georgia to clean up their act with its cost effective and eco-friendly trash bin cleaning service
Dirty trash bins look bad and smell worse. Not only that, but they offer an ideal breeding ground for germs and bacteria, as well as acting as a beacon for rodents, flies, maggots and other pests.
Jill Anderson, an assistant professor of genetics in the University of Georgia’s Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, has received a $1.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation Early Career Development Program to study the effects of climate change on plants.
CAREER awards are among the NSF’s most prestigious, and they support junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholar and the integration of education and research.
Recognizing the economic contributions that solar, natural gas, propane, biomass, electric power and wind have contributed to Georgia’s clean energy growth, Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols will host a series of public seminars around the state June 14 - 24, 2016 alongside municipal, county, and other local elected officials and top business executives representing fleets and clean energy companies.
A team of research scientists led by University of Georgia marine scientist Samantha Joye is on a rapid response research cruise to assess the impact of a crude oil spill approximately 90 miles south of Timbalier Island, Louisiana, on the biological communities in the Gulf of Mexico’s water column.
On Saturday, June 4th, 2016, the Southern Conservation Trust will be hosting the 4th Annual National Trail Day event at The Ridge Nature Area to maintain this newly established public multi-purpose trail system. American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day® is a nationally recognized trail awareness program that occurs annually on the first Saturday of June and inspires the public to discover, learn about, and celebrate trails while participating in outdoor activities, clinics, and trail stewardship projects. The event will begin on Saturday at 8:00 a.m. and continue until 12:00 p.m. Volunteers should gather at the Trailhead Kiosk on The Ridge at the South end of Burch Road in Fayetteville, GA.