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  • UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant is offering a Coastal Stewards Workshop Posted by Beth Gowen on Sep 17, 2019 Coastal Stewards Workshop Introduction to the Georgia Coast Date and time: October 12, 2019  –  9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Ages: Adults Price: $76 Location: UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium – Skidaway Island, GA Register online here and pay with credit card by October 4. Contact: Kayla Clark at...
  • Satilla Riverkeeper Hosts River-Wide Cleanup Posted by Beth Gowen on Sep 17, 2019 SATILLA RIVERKEEPER RIVER-WIDE CLEANUP SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 9-11AM To register and for more information on designated locations near you, visit our website: https://www.satillariverkeeper.org/cleanup.html Come join us! Pick up litter and trash at designated public boat landings and river access points stretching from Coffee County to Glynn County. Woodbine residents...
  • Welcome To Our New Blog Posted by Beth Gowen on Aug 23, 2019 We are developing a new ANR blog.  Enroll today to receive emails from the Camden County Extension office regarding upcoming program opportunities and other information relating to Agriculture and Natural Resources.  Enter your email address below.
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"Protecting Backyard Flocks from Avian Influenza"

An H7 strain of avian influenza has been confirmed in a wild bird in McIntosh County.  Please exercise biosecurity practices with backyard flocks.  If you have birds exhibiting the following symptoms please call the Georgia Department of Agriculture’s avian flu hotline at 1-855-491-1432.

Symptoms include:

• Sudden increase in bird mortality

• Nasal discharge

• Coughing, sneezing

• Watery or green diarrhea

• Lethargy

• Swelling around the eyes, neck and head

• Purple discoloration of wattles, combs and legs

• Incoordination or paralysis

• Twisting of the head/neck down under the body in turkeys

• Sudden, severe drop in feed and water consumption

• Sudden, severe drop in egg production

Click Here to download a flyer on "Protecting Backyard Flocks"  



Camden County Master Naturalist Course
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NATIONAL PESTICIDE SAFETY EDUCATION MONTH LAUNCHED TO PROMOTE SAFE PESTICIDE USE

Hundreds of people get sick each year from inappropriate pesticide use, but those who don’t deal with pesticides daily may not think about it very often. Of the 11 states participating in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) pesticide safety program, workers reported 853 serious injuries from pesticides in 2011, according to the CDC.

See the full story:

http://www.caes.uga.edu/newswire/story.html?storyid=6472


Our ANR Staff:
Jessica Warren Agriculture & Natural Resources County Extension Coordinator/ANR Agent jkwarren@uga.edu 912-576-3219

Camden County UGA Extension 4th Annual Woodbine River Clean-up

Woodbine, GA – Many thanks to all those who helped on October 14th to clean-up downtown Woodbine during a Rivers Alive river clean-up.

Twenty-one volunteers assisted with the clean-up effort of over 530 pounds of trash.  Removing debris from our waterways and nearby areas not only improves the aesthetics and safety of our local natural areas, but also improves the health of our local estuaries and marine ecosystem.

The Extension office hosts two river cleanup events each fall.  For more information please call 912-576-3219 or visit our Facebook page @CamdenCountyGeorgiaCooperativeExtension.