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Executing marketing and communications strategies
Our team works with you to create comprehensive marketing and communications initiatives that tell a story. We provide resources and assistance to CAES and Extension administration, faculty and staff in advertising campaigns, graphic design, logo usage, brand management, marketing and promotional materials, video production, media relations, news stories, publications, social media, digital content and editing.
Award winning campaigns
ACE Media Relations Campaign Bronze Award Winner: Joro Spiders Cloak North Georgia in Their Webs (2022)

ACE Electronic Media Gold Award Winner: UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Brand Anthem Video (2022)


Latest CAES News:

Tim Coolong, a professor in the CAES Department of Horticulture, focuses his research and Extension work on organic vegetable production and helping farmers develop strategies to increase organic vegetable acreage in Georgia. CAES News
UGA study aims to help farmers transitioning to organic production
As demand for organic food continues to rise, organic agriculture has attracted both longtime producers and new farmers into the industry. University of Georgia researchers are working on a new study meant to develop best practices for transitioning farmers starting out with land that has been used for grazing or has lain fallow.
Members of Well Connected Communities work together to improve health in their communities. CAES News
UGA Extension builds local coalitions through Well Connected Communities
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension agents throughout the state have been hard at work improving health in their communities through the Well Connected Communities program. A nationwide initiative developed by the Cooperative Extension System and the National 4-H Council, Well Connected Communities is designed to identify and address systemic health inequities at the local level.
Urtnasan "Uugii" Ganbaatar and UGA Professor Mohamed Mergoum attended the the annual Norman E. Borlaug International Symposium, sponsored by the World Food Prize Foundation. A Borlaug Fellow, Ganbaatar spent three months working with Mergoum to perform research and gain knowledge using advanced genetic technologies for wheat breeding. CAES News
Borlaug Fellow works with UGA faculty to improve wheat grown in Mongolia
For Borlaug Fellow Urtnasan “Uugii” Ganbaatar, the opportunity to work with University of Georgia wheat breeder and geneticist Mohamed Mergoum is opening up a world of growth. With her colleagues at the Institute of Plant and Agricultural Sciences, part of the Mongolian University of Life Sciences, Ganbaatar wants to implement the advanced breeding techniques used at UGA to improve her country's dominant crop.