UAC Magazine

UAC Magazine is a content-rich publication distributed to UAC Business Level members (a member benefit) as well as friends of the association in the media, education, and government.


UAC Magazine is a glossy color magazine published four times each year. The current issue is available for viewing on the UAC website; past issues are archived for members to access online at any time. Ads are included in both print and online versions.

Winter 2023


  • Executive Director message
  • NALP’s 2022 Woman Leader of the Year
  • What did you miss?  UAC Networking Dinner at Caldwell Tree
  • What did you miss?  UAC Sporting Clays Tournament
  • 2023 UAC Committee Survey  Looking for a way to make a difference?
  • What do you need to learn?  Winter 2023 webinar series


  • Have you met...Alan Shultz, Gralan Farms, LLC
  • Have you met...Greg Earle, Gralan Farms, LLC
  • Health & benefits  Three common misconceptions about self-funding
  • Save the date
  • Pest 411  Managing Joro spiders in the landscape
  • What the tech?  8 reasons why your website is not getting traffic
  • Safety works  Preventing slips, trips and falls
  • Directory of advertisers


  • Food for thought  Harnessing your brain for good at work
  • The Agronomist  Reviewing the year’s successes and failures
  • Robust but flexible  How to tune up your marketing during the “off season”
  • Selling your business?  Developing a successful exit strategy, part 2


  • High school landscape competitions  SkillsUSA
  • Georgia politics  Lots of new in 2022
  • 2023 Farm Bill primer  Everything you need to know about the Farm Bill


  • Planning for spring planting: new and award winning plants
    • 2022 Classic City Awards  UGA Trial Gardens announce results
    • AAS trial results  All-American Selections winners for 2023 season
    • Mini Me Watermelon  Magical new coleus for 2023
    • Adding a vertical dimension  Upside ornamental sweet potatoes
  • Lawn herbicide tolerance  Avoid doing more harm than good
  • Guidelines to avoid costly issues  Planting on septic drainfields
  • Responsible land use  Protect Georgia’s water supply