UGA Extension in Chatham County provides a variety of educational programs and client services in the areas of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS), 4-H Youth Development, and Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR).
We provide current, unbiased, research-based information to our community through the cooperation of the University of Georgia with federal, state, and local governments. We invite you to contact or visit the UGA Extension Chatham County office.
Chatham County Extension
17 Minus Ave
Garden City, GA 31408
Monday - Friday : 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed weekends & most major holidays.
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What is UGA Extension?
UGA Extension extends lifelong learning to the people of Georgia through unbiased, research-based education in agriculture, the environment, communities, youth and families.
UGA Extension helps Georgians become healthier, more productive, financially independent and environmentally responsible. Extension agents stay in touch with issues relevant to people in local communities through County Extension offices.
UGA Extension is a county, state and federal funded organization supported by specialists in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
For more information about our services and programs, see our pages:
Dec 5 Winter Viticulture Update This program will cover results from ongoing vineyard research projects and deer control issues for commercial vineyards. 2 hours of private and 2 hours of commercial category 21 pesticide credits will be offered. Register at https://forms.gle/vZL1SjrXviuj51qr5.
- Young Harris, GA - (249.0 Miles)
Dec 5 Community Cooking Class: Healthy Holiday Favorites Come learn how to make delicious, healthy dishes in the Rockdale County Extension Office Teaching Kitchen! Open to ages 13 and up. Menu: Roast Chicken Harvest Vegetable Orzo Homemade Yeast Rolls Kale Cranberry Salad White Chocolate Gingersnap Pie
- Conyers, GA - (197.0 Miles)
Dec 7 Virtual Series: Diagnosing & Treating Nutrient Deficiencies in Plants with Organic Fertilizers Many have decided to go organic in their yard and garden, and there are good reasons for doing that. Making sure your plants receive all the nutrients they need to live long healthy lives and produce a bountiful harvest can be challenging. Let's discuss how you diagose nutrient deficiencies and how to correct them.
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