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Activities

  • JR/SR DPA- February 2018
    JR/SR DPA- February 2018
  • Cloverleaf DPA- March 24th, 2018
    Cloverleaf DPA- March 24th, 2018
  • Cloverleaf Camp 2017
    Cloverleaf Camp 2017
  • Homecoming Parade-2017
    Homecoming Parade-2017

Atkinson County offers a variety of activities for members of all backgrounds. Competitive events such as District Project Achievement, Consumer Judging, Livestock Evaluation, educational mini-booths, and state wide conferences  are a few of our most popular events. Please see our events list, or like us on Facebook to keep up with our current events. 


Upcoming Events
  • May 17 - May 19 POSTPONED: General HACCP Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a preventive plan which identifies hazards and documents the activities needed to control or eliminate them. HACCP is a necessary part of any Food Safety Program and is required by all governmental agencies (FDA, USDA, and GA Dept. Ag). This class will delve into the seven principles of HACCP, explain how to create these programs, and discuss their implementation and continued management. Students who successfully complete this course will earn a HACCP Certificate from the International HACCP Alliance.
    • Athens, GA - (186.0 Miles)
  • May 18 Just for the Health of It: Home Edition Just for the Health of It: Home Edition is a monthly, 1-hour webinar streamed on Facebook live. Bibb and Clayton County Extension offices collaborate to teach ways to manage and reduce the risk of chronic disease and offer live cooking demonstrations highlighting the topic of the session.
    • Virtual Event
  • May 19 2022 Farm Stress Summit From healthcare providers and nonprofits to county officials and faith leaders, the 2022 Farm Stress Summit welcomes all who want to further their efforts in combatting farm stress within our communities. Our goal is to learn from each other, connect communities with existing resources and establish partnerships across organizations. Farm family health and wellness is a priority for many rural Georgia communities. As the backbone of Georgia’s number one industry, agricultural producers face unprecedented pressures, including increasing input costs, a flood of produce imports from Latin America, labor shortages, pandemic protocols for worker safety and more. Speakers will focus on farm family health and wellness, including strategies for enhancing collaborations at the local, state and national level to cohesively support farm families as well as proven and emerging practices for combatting farmer mental health challenges.
    • Tifton, GA - (35.0 Miles)
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