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:
PO Box 309 / 1409 Georgia Ave
Woodbine, GA 31569
The Role of Extension
Business & Farmer Resources
Mental Health & Food Resources
COVID-19 Update: 9/14/20
Our office is currently open, however, we request that all business continue to be conducted through telepone and email when possible to reduce face to face contact. Most programming is being held virtually until further notice. Soil and water testing is available utilizing our soil & water exchange box located outside our office door. Should building access be necessary, face coverings are required & 6 feet social distance must be maintained. We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time.
Sending Photos to ANR Agent for Diagnosis/ID
Camden County Government Public Notices
Camden County Hazard Mitigation Multi-Jurisdictonal Draft Plan With Plan Survey
Camden County has updated its 2016 Hazard Mitigation Plan to better protect the people and property of the region from the effects of nation and human caused hazards and to maintain eligibility for mitigation funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). On this website you can find information about upcoming meetings, take a survey on hazard risk and mitigation options to inform the plan's development, review draft documents and view summaries of the hazards that affect Camden County.
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