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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 educational programing in many different program areas including Agricultural & Natural Resources (ANR), 4-H Youth Development , and Family & Consumer Sciences (FACS).  The Camden Office has onsite ANR and 4-H agents. Have questions or want to know more?  Find us on Facebook or contact us at:

912-576-3219
uge3039@uga.edu
PO Box 309 / 1409 Georgia Ave
Woodbine, GA 31569

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM
Closed daily for lunch from 12PM - 1PM
Closed weekends & most major holidays


Upcoming Activities/Programs Spotlight

Virtual Lunch & Learn - October 13
Basic Palm Health & Management
Registration Link

UGA-led training prepares Georgia citizens to identify and report nature’s foreign invaders
September 30, 2022 | 9:15 am - 4:15 pm | Okefenokee Nat'l Wildlife Refuge | Folkston, GA
Program Article
Direct Registration Link

Longleaf Pine Establishment & Management
Oct 11-12, 2022 Bulloch Co Ag Center
Program Details & Registration Information

Forest Carbon Landowner Workshop - October 14th (Guyton, GA)
Understanding Basics of Emerging Forest Carbon Markets for Income and Mitigating Climate Change
Workshop Registration Link

Designing the Environmentally Responsive Landscape: a Nature Inspired Approach
Camden Extension Office - Oct 28, 2022 8:30am - 4:30pm
Program Flyer
Full Program Details


Avian Influenza (Facebook)

Sending Photos to ANR Agent for Diagnosis/ID


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