UGA Extension Office

Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program

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The Georgia Green Landscape Steward certification program provides educational resources that teach Georgians about protecting natural resources, increasing plant and animal biodiversity, conserving soil and water, providing wildlife and pollinator habitat, and improving public and environmental health. After learning about sustainable land management practices, participants can measure their own activities with the program metric scorecard and earn certification status for their landscape.

For more information, visit the program website.

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“Composter Drawing for Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program Participants in Camden”

Due a generous donation, the Camden County Extension office has a new Mantis ComposTumbler to give away! The first 50 Camden County residents that complete certification for their landscapes through the Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program will be entered in a drawing to win. The Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program is a free education and certification program that teaches sustainable landscape practices for Georgia homeowners and businesses. For more information visit https://site.extension.uga.edu/georgiagreen/.

For more information contact:
Georgia Green Landscape Stewards Program
georgiagreen@uga.edu

 


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