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Georgia Museum of Agriculture Installs New Turpentine Exhibit in Macon

July 21, 2015 A new exhibit in Macon from the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College highlights the role that pine trees and turpentine had in the history of agriculture in the state of Georgia. Located in the lobby of the Georgia Farm Bureau…

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Brownlow Scholarship Fund Established at ABAC

July 20, 2015 Future students in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will benefit from a new scholarship fund established in memory of former ABAC student Daren Brownlow. Beverly Brownlow, Daren Brownlow’s mother, has established an endowment fund with the ABAC Foundation in memory... Read More »

ABAC Classes Begin August 12 in Moultrie

July 16, 2015 A total of 23 classes from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will be available in Moultrie when the fall semester begins on Aug. 12.  The ABAC on the Square site in downtown Moultrie serves as the hub of operations for the college. Five of the classes will be... Read More »

Martinez Named Head Softball Coach at ABAC

July 14, 2015 Jennifer Martinez has been selected as the new head coach for the Fillies softball team at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  She will begin her new position on Aug. 1 after serving for three years as the assistant softball coach and pitching coach at Georgia Southwestern State University.... Read More »

Exhibit Opening July 16 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture at ABAC

July 9, 2015 Over 50 exceptional works created by local artisans will be showcased in a specially-curated exhibit beginning July 16 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. The new exhibit, “The Best of Tiftarea Artisans,” will open to the public with a... Read More »