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.
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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.
- Executive Director message
- What did you miss? Congressmen meet with UAC members
- UAC member steps up Scotts Miracle-Gro donates face shields
- Virtual Lunch + Learn webinars from UAC
- CB Absolute Advantage New UAC member benefit
- UAC members make the ABC's top 25
- SavATree merges with Downey Trees, Inc.
- The Bullet-Proof Manager Transforming managers into great leaders
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- Safety works Georgia 811
- Save the date
- UAC Annual Sporting Clays Tournament Registration form
- Pro Project Bennett Design & Landscape
- GALA It's your time to shine
- What the tech? Five tips to get the most out of virtual events
- Directory of advertisers
- 360 surveys Getting meaningful feedback for results
- Stronger together Build your business by promoting diversity
- By any other name Benevolent discrimination is still discrimination
- Economic impact of the Georgia Green Industry 2018 statistics
- New podcast network launched Produced for and by landscapers
- Horticulture outreach recognized UGA's Bauske receives national honor
- New leader for UGA's CAES Nick T. Place named dean and director
- Number 2 in the nation CAES ranked second for agricultural sciences
- Facing the challenges Fighting for you - our members
- Mobile agriculture classroom Collaboration to reach Georgia students
- Two "wins" this summer 2020 yields good news for Georgia sod producers
- Identification is job #1 Managing common landscape diseases
- The soil's nitrogen cycle Different microbes have distinct roles to play
- Selecting a screen Great hedges make great neighbors