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Picnic and Fireworks July 3 at Georgia Museum of Agriculture

June 12, 2017 A spectacular fireworks display presented by Southern Sky Fireworks and a picnic will be held on July 3 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture (GMA) and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Gates will open for fireworks and the picnic at 7 p.m., and guests are encouraged…

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Area Foundation Commits $1 Million to Ag Literacy Initiative at ABAC

June 5, 2017 The Harley Langdale, Jr. Foundation has committed $1 million over the next four years to continue the Destination Ag program at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Destination Ag, in operation since September 2016, connects students and teachers to the importance of agriculture and... Read More »

Summer Tennis Camp at ABAC July 10-13

June 1, 2017 Middle school and high school tennis players who want to improve all phases of their games should sign up for the summer tennis camp on July 10-13 at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Space is limited, and pre-registration is required. The camp runs from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. each... Read More »

‘Bottles and Brushes’ Art Class at Museum of Agriculture on June 16

June 1, 2017 The Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will host the “Bottles and Brushes” art class on June 16 from 6-8 p.m.  The featured work is “Summer Night” by local artist and “Bottles and Brushes” instructor Brenda Rose. Rose will guide participants... Read More »

Baseball Prospects Can Attend Unsigned Showcase June 3 at ABAC

May 23, 2017 The Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College baseball program will host the 2017 Unsigned Showcase on June 3 from 10 a.m.-noon at Stallion Field.  There is a fee of $75 to take part in the showcase, and registration is required for this event. The showcase will consist of a... Read More »

ABAC Baseball Team Finishes Second in State Tournament

May 16, 2017 When the Golden Stallions of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College lost their first game in the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association state tournament last week, a quick trip back to Tifton seemed inevitable. That’s when the true grit, the will to play on, and the perseverance of the ABAC... Read More »

Aultman Named Distinguished Ambassador of the Year

May 16, 2017 Kaycee Aultman has been selected as the 2017 Distinguished Ambassador of the Year for the student organization at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Aultman is a rural studies – writing and communications major from Tifton.  This is her first year as an ABAC Ambassador.  Aultman, the 2016 valedictorian... Read More »

Jamie Worsley Named Presidential Scholar at ABAC

May 15, 2017 TIFTON—Jamie Worsley of Arlington is the newest Presidential Scholar at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  The entering freshman from Pataula Charter Academy will begin her ABAC education this fall. “I was in disbelief,” Worsley said about being named an ABAC Presidential Scholar.  “The first thing I did was... Read More »

ABAC Student Receives Larry Allen Leadership Award

May 15, 2017 Dr. Jerry Baker, Dean of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, recently honored David Daughtry with the Larry Allen Leadership award. Daughtry is a diversified agriculture major from Harlem.  He served as president for the ABAC Agronomy Club and completed the... Read More »

Watson Receives George P. Donaldson Award at ABAC Commencement

May 11, 2017 Alexia Watson from Covington was selected for the George P. Donaldson Award during the spring commencement ceremony at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on Thursday. Watson, a biology major, received the George P. Donaldson Award for the top associate degree graduate participating in the ceremony. Nell Roquemore, founder... Read More »