Organic Beauty

The Certificate Program in Organic Agriculture at University of Georgia, in Athens, Ga., teaches students hands on experience at their organic farm in Watkinsville, Ga. The Certificate program provides organic vegetables and fruit to the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, as well as valuable knowledge for students.

Brad Kelly picks dead leaves off strawberry plants at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Plants growing in the greenhouse as Richard Hendley waters them at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Richard Hendley considers picking off some tomatoes at the greenhouse at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Richard Hendley holds a hercules beetle found on the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. ( © Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

The covered vegetable beds at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Daniel White washes some organic lettuce grown at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. ( © Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Daniel White shows the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture logo at the University of Georgia farm in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Richard Hendley washes of some organically grown carrots off at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on march 1, 2012. ( © Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Daniel White, front, and Robert Tate, back, investigate whether a beetle is a type that is harmful or helpful at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Daniel White washes some organically grown lettuce at the University of Georgia farm for the Certified Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Shot of the University of Georgia farmland for the Certified Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Richard Hendley washes organically grown carrots at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Griffin Hans harvests some lettuce at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

Richard Hendley harvests carrots at the University of Georgia farm for the Certificate Program of Organic Agriculture in Watkinsville, Ga., on March 1, 2012. (© Sarah Osbourne, Sarahkoz2@gmail.com)

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