Recipe: Zucchini Italian Style


This week’s recipe is a simple, but delicious Italian style zucchini stir-fry. Stir-fries are some of my favorite dishes to cook because they take little time to make, and it’s so easy to add tons of flavor with a little bit of effort. Zucchini and other types of summer squash…
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Active Moms: Adult Swim, Come on In!


By Maria Bowie, Walk Georgia Program Director Ah, the dog days of summer are upon us. What better way to cool off and move more than with a quick swim? Our family enjoys belonging to a community pool, and I especially love including swimming into my fitness routine. However, I…
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Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park + Pitcher Plant Bog Habitat Tour

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Gordonia-Alatamaha State Park is an unusual natural wonder located at Tattnall County in Southeast Georgia. This puts it in the Coastal Plains region of Georgia. This region of the state has gone through some dramatic geological changes throughout its history. It was underwater for nearly 20 million years, and up…
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Recipe: Watermelon Gazpacho


It’s watermelon season, y’all! The months of June to September are for harvesting watermelons, and we at Walk Georgia thought it would be good to come up with a fun recipe to celebrate the first day of summer. Watermelons are delicious, yes. But did you know that every part of the…
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Yoga in Schools: A Cultural Perspective


By Supriya Venigalla, M.D., M.P.H. Most states in the United States require physical education at all school levels. In Georgia, grades K through 5 are required to take 90 hours of health and P.E. per year. Georgia middle schools are required to provide P.E., however there is no specified amount…
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Go: Victoria State Bryant State Park + Junior Ranger Camp

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Today we’re heading out to Royston, Ga. in Franklin, Hart, and Madison counties – home to Victoria Bryant State Park. The park is located in the hills of Georgia’s upper Piedmont, and has a picturesque stream flowing through it. Spanning more than 500 acres, the park has an interesting history. Cherokee…
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