UGA Extension programs improve the quality of life of all citizens through increased understanding and use of up-to-date, scientific research-based information. Extension helps people help themselves by providing information and programs related to agriculture, home economics, 4-H, and resource development. The major sources of information for Extension programs come from UGA’s Colleges of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and Family and Consumer Sciences, the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations, the United States Department of Agriculture, and other land-grant colleges and universities across the nation.
Mar 27 Growing Hydrangeas Learn how to beautify your landscape with these southern beauties and receive a FREE hydrangea cutting to take home! New hydrangea varieties will also be on sale from a local hydrangea nursery! Jeffersonville, GA
May 1 Pine Management Part 1: Government assistance programs, pine species selection, planting options Part 1 of this short course series will cover government assistance programs, pine species selection based on native range, soils, land use history, landowner objectives and cost-share options, and planting options. Jeffersonville, GA
May 8 Pine Management Part 2: Thinning, burning and competition control Part 2 of this short course series will cover thinning, burning, and competition control. Jeffersonville, GA
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