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...
- EmpowerU-Invasive Species Management Training Course Begins April 3rd - Register Now
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Apr 3 EmpowerU Advocacy Training Program NOTE: DATE CHANGES 4 week course training citizens, property owners, master naturalists and master gardener volunteers how to grow their skills to meaninfully engage with decision makers about local invasive species issues. Course is a series of self-paces online learning activities and two in-person workshops (in-person classes held at Camden Extension office in Woodbine - April 3rd & May 17th). Cost $40. See flyer on Camden Extension page for more details. Please note this workshop is online and has two in-person classes, attendance at both in-person sessions is required. Reference both advertising posts for April 3rd and May 17th) Woodbine, GA
Apr 13 - Apr 14 Southeast Junior Spring Conference for 6th-8th graders Southeast Junior Spring Conference for 6th-8th graders Jekyll Island, GA - (17.0 Miles)
Pecan Course link Daylong workshop will cover variety selection, pest management, irrigation and fertilization.
Mosquito-borne Virus link Use insect repellent and wear long sleeves and pants to protect yourself.
Spring Ant Control link Labels and patience are the keys to safe, effective fire ant control.