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University of Georgia Cooperative Extension is a results-driven organization, looking to continually improve lives, businesses, and communities. Below are a few highlights of ways we have helped make an impact around the state. 

300 agents across 159 counties, assisted by 8,293 trained volunteers
1,810,338 face-to-face contacts with Georgians made in fiscal year 2020
30,691 programs teach, lead, and help Georgians live better lives
900+ publications providing helpful tips based on leading research


Agriculture and Natural Resources

132 agents
605,407 face-to-face contacts
51,116 on-site consultations
107,739 diagnostic tests by agricultural & environmental services labs
4,044 programs
2,270 Master Gardener Extension Volunteers


Family and Consumer Sciences

52 agents
279,694 face-to-face contacts
2,625 programs
645 ServSafe® certificates issued
12,237 nutrition education program participants
2,066 volunteers


4-H Youth Development

116 agents
1,136,018 face-to-face contacts
190,617 4-H’ers
21,213 programs
109,652 visitors to 4-H centers
3,957 teen and adult volunteers

Impact Stories

Read our impact stories by faculty and staff to learn about the economic, environmental and quality-of-life impact of Extension activities. 

Read Impact Stories

Helping Georgia survive and thrive during COVID-19

An overview of our impact during the pandemic from March to December 2020.

COVID-19 Impact Overview

Georgia Agricultural Statistics

Access annual state- and county-level information about the value of all food and fiber commodities grown in Georgia.

Ag Snapshots

Extension Fast Facts

An overview of programming in the fiscal year 2020.

Extension Fast Facts

Top Counties in Agricultural Production
County Name Value
Colquitt $678,966,885
Hart 632,218,786
Franklin 577,288,824
Tattnall 519,807,987
Madison 487,226,176
Mitchell 477,133,003
Coffee 411,592,309
Gordon 392,387,906
Oglethorpe 386,370,507
Macon 377,855,072
State Total: $18,382,377,936

Displaying farm gate values for 2022. Values are tallied in October for the previous year.