Lee County youth gets early start in agribusiness
Leesburg native uses futuristic technology to grow crops.
Paulownia research at Fort Valley State University attracts Northeast farmer
A Parkesburg, Pennsylvania, resident is benefiting from the many uses of a fast-growing crop after seeking guidance from Dr.…
Fort Valley State graduate enjoys teaching youth about agriculture
Joseph Nesbit, a 2014 agriculture education alumnus, is helping students become leaders and successful individuals.
Learn about the responsibilities of FVSU Cooperative Extension personnel beyond their campus roles and see how they are making a…
Satisfying a sweet tooth with healthy alternatives
Dr. Hamidah Sharif-Harris, assistant professor of public health at Fort Valley State University, is the first African American…
FVSU receives $2.25M grant to enhance student success in science programs
The National Science Foundation (NSF) grant will provide a unique opportunity for undergraduates and dual-enrollment students to…
FVSU’s 4-H Program collaborates with community partners to mentor at-risk youth
Possibilities with Hemp
In 2019, the Georgia legislature passed the Georgia Hemp Farming Act (House Bill 213).