UGA Extension Office

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Upcoming Events
  • Mar 2 Lunch & Learn - Spring Gardening Camden County Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, Jessica Warren, will continue offering virtual lunch and learn classes in 2023. Classes will be held once a month on the first Thursday of each month (except August, which is on the second Thursday of the month). All classes are recorded and an archive link will be emailed to everyone who pre-registers for the class. Classes will continue to be held 12-1pm. Classes are free and open to the public. Follow the registration link to register for any of the 12 classes being offered. 2023 tentative class schedule: January 5th:Lawn Diseases 101; February 2nd:Creating an Edible Landscape; March 2nd:Spring Gardening; April 6th:The Amazing Octopus; May 4th:Basic Rose Culture; June 1st:What Makes a Weed; July 6th:Understanding Jellyfish; August 10th:Fall Gardening; September 7th:The True Value of Oaks; October 5th:Valuable Vultures; November 2nd:Getting Started with Native Plants; December 7th:Understanding Alligators.
    • Virtual Event
  • Mar 3 Georgia Master Naturalist Course - Camden County Camden County Extension’s Master Naturalist Course: Series of weekly programs uses hands-on environmental education to explore habitats, ecosystems and human impact. The course takes place on 9 Fridays from March 3, 2023 thru May 5, 2023 (no class March 24th) and lasts from 9 am until 3 pm. Course meets in a variety of locations. Participants must provide their own lunch and transportation to class locations. The cost to attend this course is $300 - payable by cash or check at the Camden County Extension Office (1409 Georgia Ave Woodbine). Office hours: Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm, closed for lunch 12pm–1pm. Note: office closed for winter holidays from 12/23/22 – 1/2/23. Registration fee covers 54 hours of instruction, reference materials and handouts, and upon graduation, a certificate and graduation dinner. Participants must attend 8 out of 9 classes in order to graduate. Course size limited to 20 individuals. This course requires moderate hiking and physical ability, and smoking is not allowed during the course.
    • Woodbine, GA
  • Apr 6 Lunch & Learn - The Amazing Octopus Camden County Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, Jessica Warren, will continue offering virtual lunch and learn classes in 2023. Classes will be held once a month on the first Thursday of each month (except August, which is on the second Thursday of the month). All classes are recorded and an archive link will be emailed to everyone who pre-registers for the class. Classes will continue to be held 12-1pm. Classes are free and open to the public. Follow the registration link to register for any of the 12 classes being offered. 2023 tentative class schedule: January 5th:Lawn Diseases 101; February 2nd:Creating an Edible Landscape; March 2nd:Spring Gardening; April 6th:The Amazing Octopus; May 4th:Basic Rose Culture; June 1st:What Makes a Weed; July 6th:Understanding Jellyfish; August 10th:Fall Gardening; September 7th:The True Value of Oaks; October 5th:Valuable Vultures; November 2nd:Getting Started with Native Plants; December 7th:Understanding Alligators.
    • Virtual Event
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Additional Events & Programs


Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program
GGLS Website

2023 Lunch & Learn Virtual Programs
Program Information Details
& Registration

2023 Georgia Master Naturalist Program
Program Information Details


Our ANR Staff:
Jessica Warren
Jessica WarrenAdministration Agriculture & Natural Resources County Extension Coordinator/ANR Agent jkwarren@uga.edu912-576-3219

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Camden ANR Blog
  • Lawn Diseases 101 Posted by Camden Extension Office on Jan 30, 2023 Lawn Diseases 101Article by: Jessica Warren, ANR Agent, Camden County One of the most common issues that I receive questions about throughout the year is suspected lawn disease.  Though there are several diseases that affect turfgrass in Georgia, often there is an abiotic source of the issue. Even if there...
  • Build Your Own Rain Barrel Workshop 2/28/23 – GA DNR, Brunswick, GA Posted by Camden Extension Office on Jan 20, 2023 Georgia DNR in Brunswick, Georgia is hosting a ‘Build Your Own Rain Barrel’ workshop on 2/28/23 from 10:00am-12:00pm. The registration fee is $35 and includes the 50 gallon drum, instructions and all supplies needed to build your own rain barrel. Registration is limited and is available on a first come...
  • SEGA Bee Symposium February 23-25, 2023 Posted by Camden Extension Office on Jan 19, 2023 The Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens will host the SEGA Bee Symposium on February 23rd-25th, 2023. This will be an educational event for beekeepers of the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire! On Thursday, qualified participants will have the opportunity to become a Certified Beekeeper through the University of Georgia Master Beekeeper Program. ...
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