UGA Extension Office

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The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences helps Georgians become healthier, more productive, financially independent and environmentally responsible.

The UGA Extension Fayette County office provides educational programming for youth, farmers, home gardeners, and industry professionals.


Upcoming County Programs
Feb 27 Composting and Mulching Fayetteville, GA Compost is used as an organic amendment to improve the quality of soil. Composting is one of the most practical and convenient ways to handle food and yard refuse while reducing waste, improving soil and helping plants thrive. Mulching is one of the simplest and most beneficial practices you can use in the garden. Mulch is simply a protective layer of a material that is spread on top of the soil. Come join Master Composter Julie Aring as she demonstrates and discusses the composting process, mulching and their benefits. Free.
Mar 6 Vegetable Gardening Basics Fayetteville, GA Do you follow all the instructions and still have vegetable plants that “flop”? Are you ready to give up? If you answered yes, this class is for you. Join Sandy Golden, Master Gardener Extension Volunteer, as she offers suggestions and techniques on ways to grow your home vegetables in Georgia. This class will focus on site selection, purchasing plants (transplants vs. seeds), succession planting, and pest management. Room 210, Free
Mar 10 4-H Cloverleaf Camp Registration Day Fayetteville, GA Come register your 5th-6th grader for Cloverleaf Camp at Rock Eagle! Camp takes place July 9th - 13th.
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