UGA Extension Camden County works through a unique partnership through state and local county government, the University of Georgia and the US Department of Agriculture. Extension strives to enrich the lives of its constituents through education programing in a many different program areas including:
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PO Box 309
1409 Georgia Ave
Woodbine, GA 31569
Ag & Natural Resources Services
- Testing services for soil, water and plant samples
- Invasive species management initiatives
- Annual River Cleanups
- Adopt-A-Stream monitoring and certification
- Georgia Master Naturalist Course
- Accepting Applications Now
- Using Pesticides Safely
- Food & Safety Recall Links
- Citrus Greening - Jessica Warren, ANR Agent in Camden County discusses the citrus disease as it is now showing up in Georgia...
- Pollinator Workshop January 30, 2018 - Trees for Bees
- EmpowerU-Invasive Species Management Training Course Begins March 13th - Register Now
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Jan 30 Pollinator Workshop Join us for a half day workshop to learn about pollinators and how to create a sustainable, year-round habitat for them. Participants will make and take with them a bee hotel, as well as a flash drive of resources. When: January 30, 2019, 9am-12pm Where: Camden County Extension Office 1409 Georgia Ave, Woodbine Cost: $10/person To register call the Extension office at 912-576-3219. This class is limited to 20 participants. Woodbine, GA
Mar 23 SE District Project Achievement for 4th-6th Grades SE District Project Achievement for 4th-6th Grades Alma, GA - (66.0 Miles)
National Honor link Mason McClintock receives $5,000 scholarship and will serve as 4-H’s national youth spokesperson for civic engagement.
VITA Program link Free tax help available to eldery, disabled and low-income Georgians.
Wood Ash link UGA specialist says that, used sparingly, wood ash can help establish a healthy pH level in garden soil.