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Pulaski County Archway Partnership to hold listening session for community input

As the Pulaski County University of Georgia Archway Partnership™ continues to work on community-identified priorities, the Archway executive committee will be hosting a listening session on Sept. 7 to set new goals for the program. Since 2009, Archway has completed… Full story

UGA and USDA host Athens community members to discuss new initiative

University of Georgia and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) leadership hosted nearly 40 Athens agricultural stakeholders, community members and elected officials to strategize and discuss grant opportunities for community gardens in Athens on Tuesday. This partnership between the… Full story

New Archway Professional starts work in Thomson-McDuffie

Thomson-McDuffie is welcoming its new University of Georgia Archway Partnership™ faculty member Sarah Adams, following Sam Perren’s promotion to Operations Coordinator earlier this year. Adams, a Watkinsville native, has served as the Archway Professional in Colquitt County since 2018. Sarah… Full story

Moultrie police share mental health co-responder model

University of Georgia Archway Partnership™ faculty member Sarah Adams and community members from Moultrie recently presented on the Moultrie co-responder project at the annual International Town and Gown Association (ITGA) conference in Colorado. The ITGA is a nonprofit dedicated to… Full story

Grady County graduates as UGA Archway Partnership™ community

Grady County community members and UGA Archway Partnership faculty gathered in Cairo recently to celebrate more than a decade of accomplishments together as Grady County graduates from the University of Georgia’s Archway program. Through Archway, the community has fostered a… Full story

UGA program helps improve downtown Thomaston

Students take the lead on projects to revitalize the community The second project for the City of Thomaston in the University of Georgia’s Connected Resilient Communities (CRC) program brought UGA students and faculty to town to develop strategies for making… Full story

Expanding access to agricultural pathways across Georgia

A $1.5 million USDA grant will allow the University of Georgia to help advance agricultural initiatives and innovative food production in Georgia as part of the USDA’s Food System Transformation framework. The UGA Archway Partnership will administer the grant using its… Full story

Sylvester announced as new participant for UGA Connected Resilient Communities program

The newest participants in the University of Georgia’s Connected Resilient Communities (CRC) program were announced recently at the 32nd Annual UGA Public Service and Outreach Meeting and Awards Luncheon at the UGA Center for Continuing Education & Hotel in Athens…. Full story

Washington County awarded UGA Connected Resilient Community designation

Washington County has earned UGA’s Connected Resilient Community designation after working alongside University of Georgia partners to complete multiple projects designed to make them more attractive to economic development. Washington County was awarded the CRC designation during the 32nd Annual… Full story

Hart County awarded UGA Connected Resilient Community designation

Hart County has earned UGA’s Connected Resilient Community designation after working alongside University of Georgia partners to complete multiple projects designed to make them more attractive to economic development. Hart County was awarded the CRC designation during the 32nd Annual… Full story