AUGUSTA’S HOT, HUMID SUMMERS and mild winters offer gardening opportunities and challenges. Take a glace at this calendar to help you plan for gardening success.
If you are fortunate enough to have tickets in hand, be they practice rounds or daily badges, then here are a few MUST DOs that will make your Masters experience as unforgettable as your wedding day, the birth of your first child, the memory of your first kiss. This is my 40th Masters in a row, and I can’t wait to share my inside nuggets of navigation with you.
Find places to explore and have fun with your best friend! This list includes parks, walking trails and dog parks.
Making a house into a home can be a daunting task that takes time, patience, creativity, vision, selection and experience, all of which are available in the local area.
Stretch your Remodeling Budget with Projects that Pay! It is inherent in people to want to customize their space, to make it feel more like home. When we buy and move into a new home, we have a unique opportunity to not only fix it up, but make it our own. But remodeling can be difficult on one’s checkbook, especially if you may be in the home for only a few years.
As Georgia’s third-largest city, Augusta boasts a rich history due to its position on the Savannah River; there are several colleges and universities with programming geared toward the industries specific to the community; and vibrant arts, cultural and educational communities provide myriad opportunities for enrichment.
Here you’ll find a list of native plants to the Greater Augusta area.
If you are new to the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area) or are moving within the region, I hope you visit the renaissance on Broad Street, thanks to the passion and investment of many business owners and real estate developers.
If there’s one thing most people think about when they imagine Augusta, it’s probably hacking their way around the back 9 of an azalea lined course and heading into the clubhouse to enjoy some libations and soak in a beautiful spring day. What they may not realize is the amazing growth the city’s technology sector has seen over the last 5-10 years. The growth of US Army Cyber Command and NSA Georgia at Ft. Gordon, along with the continued expansion of health technologies at Augusta University, and Energy & Environmental Research at Savannah River National Lab have formed the building blocks to merge southern hospitality and collaborative innovation.